Police search for suspects in storage unit break-ins

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BROWNSBURG – Police in Brownsburg are looking for at least two suspects after 20 storage units were broken into over the weekend.

Police said the crimes occurred at the Brownsburg East Self-Storage Locker on 1400 E. Main St. sometime Saturday night into Sunday morning.

Surveillance cameras on the property captured images of two men in hoodies and what appears to be a gold or silver Ford Ranger truck with a dark-colored hood and mismatched rims.

Police believe the men cut through the fence that surrounds the business and drove the truck in. Then they picked 20 random storage units, cut the locks, and took whatever they wanted.

“Everything’s there. My lock wasn’t broken,” said a relieved Rim Vidimos. He went to check on his belongings Wednesday evening after hearing about the crime. “My stuff’s okay. I’m glad for that. I’m sorry for the people who lost stuff and hope they catch ’em.”

Police warn anyone with items in any storage unit to make sure they have a good padlock, insurance, and an inventory of all their belonging with serial numbers.

If you recognize the men or vehicle in the surveillance pictures, contact Brownsburg police at (317) 852-1109.


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