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Ohio Self-Storage Facility Hit Twice in June By Thieves

Bills Mini Storage in Licking County, Ohio, was burglarized twice in June.

August 1, 2011

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Ohio Self-Storage Facility Hit Twice in June By Thieves

A self-storage facility in Licking County, Ohio, was burglarized twice in June.

The first break in at Bills Mini Storage, 1815 Watson Road, occurred between June 3 and June 6. Two storage buildings and an RV were vandalized. A number of tools and keys from three vehicles parked in the building were taken, along with a small all-terrain vehicle, which was later recovered by police. A 13-inch TV was also stolen from the RV.

The second break-in, between June 29 and 30, was at a garage on the property. Two new gas containers full of fuel were taken.

Licking County Crime Stoppers is offering up to a $1,000 reward for anyone with information about the break-ins. Anyone with information can call 740.349.6888 or 888.488.9058. A coding system protects the identity of the caller, but allows the reward to be issued later.

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