INDIANAPOLIS – Indianapolis Metropolitan police detectives are investigating multiple break-ins at a west side storage facility that cost at least one victim about $9,000 worth of jewelry.
According to police reports, it happened at the U-STOR on Rockville Road sometime in the overnight hours between Saturday and Sunday.
A 64-year-old victim reported her lock had been cut and she was missing a jewelry box, Asian currency and thousands of dollars in jewelery.
Police said there are even more victims who haven’t come forward yet.
“It’s just horrible. I mean that’s people’s belongings,” said customer Pat Thrower who went in to check on her valuables Monday. Fortunately, nothing was stolen from her unit.
Diaz also pointed out a hole in part of the fence where someone could’ve slipped through.
“These are things to look at before you decide to do business with a facility,” he said.