UNION, Mo. – Storage models in Franklin and Jefferson counties have been focused by robbers. Law enforcement produced surveillance illustrations or photos of the suspects Wednesday and what was taken.
Union law enforcement consider 11 storage units ended up damaged into. The suspects stole two antique guns, clothing, and electronics. Some others are still hoping to evaluate what’s missing.
The thefts took location Sunday, June 9 among 6 p.m. and 9 p.m. at Union Storage off of Outdated County Farm Street.
Investigators reported locks were slash and the storage units had been damaged into. They feel the suspects were being driving a truck and SUV—making various journeys, in fact—and they were caught on digicam.
Pevely law enforcement reported they were being investigating upwards of four storage device thefts at Funds Storage off of Industrial Boulevard. They unveiled pictures of the suspects. One investigator claimed the plate on the SUV does not belong to that automobile. They believe all the house in the Pevely thefts was recovered.
Both equally departments explained they are nonetheless hoping to identify if these crimes are in any way similar. If you have any info on these suspects, police would like to hear from you.
“Don’t technique them. I’m not declaring they are dangerous but we don’t know them,” said Captain Rick Neace, Union Law enforcement Division. “We’re just seeking to identify the folks in these films. They might or may possibly not be included in the actual criminal offense but we need to have to know if probably they do you know something about the incident.”
Pevely police reported they listened to about far more units were being damaged into Wednesday but they think all of the stolen merchandise have been recovered. In the meantime, Union law enforcement are encouraging persons to verify their storage models to identify if everything might have been taken.