Columbus storage unit offers reward for information on robbery suspects

Columbus storage unit offers reward for information on robbery suspects
Published: Jan. 12, 2016 at 4:28 AM EST|Updated: Jan. 12, 2016 at 4:36 AM EST
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COLUMBUS, GA (WTVM) – A Columbus storage facility was robbed in a well thought out manner as four men broke into over a hundred storage units early Saturday morning steeling valuables from countless individuals.

On Saturday, Jan. 9 around 3:45 a.m. a white car pulled up to the back corner of the Stor- N-Lock and began their well-orchestrated robbery of this storage facility. Around 9 a.m. the manager began her rounds when she was informed that things weren't right.

"The neighbor behind her had called and said there was some debris out by the road. So she ran around and saw that some of the locks had been cut so she immediately called the police department," General Manager Steve Case said.

When searching through not only the Stor-N-Lock's surveillance but surrounding business's surveillance video as well, four people cut a hole in the fence and began cutting locks on individual units and rummaging through them.

"Kind of high value items they were looking for think there was a couple of TV's so far we have discovered missing, some fire arms and a few valuables but whatever they could take through that small hole in the fence, it's a small hole, its fixed now I fixed it Saturday."

Case also said that they are offering a reward for information that would lead to an arrest in this case. 

No description was given for the suspects.

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