Reward sought after storage-facility theft

Wednesday, October 28, 2009

CrimeStoppers is offering a reward for information leading to the arrest of the people who stole items from a Lewisburg storage facility this month.

Several storage units at By-Pass Storage on South Ellington Parkway, had the locks cut and contents removed sometime during Thursday, Oct. 15 or Friday, Oct. 16.

The missing items are worth about $15,000 in total, and include: two 32-inch TVs; silk plants; fishing rods, reels a tackle box; a desktop computer; two bedroom suites; one girl's 20-inch bicycle; a Kenmore washing machine; an Estate dryer; a 60-inch black RCA TV; a 27-inch TV with VHS; eight new ceiling fans; 10 new light fixtures; two china cabinets; and four bar stools.

If you have any information on the thefts from the storage units, call Lewisburg Police Detective James Johnson at 359-3800, or CrimeStoppers at 359-4867.