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Multiple Storage Units Broken Into, Dirt Bikes & ATVs Among Items Stolen

Tuesday, May 17, 2016

 

Dirt bikes and ATVs were the main items missing from the Extra Space Storage facility after multiple storage units were broken into over the weekend. 

The Incident 

ON Sunday, May 15 at approximately 4:50 p.m., Worcester Police responded to the Extra Space Storage facility located at 1180 Millbury Street with regard to multiple storage units that had been broken into. 

Upon the officers arrival, they met two male victims that shared a storage facility. The two men  told the officers that two dirt bikes and an ATV were stolen from the facility. The vehicles were last seen on Friday, May 13 when the owners locked the vehicles inside the unit. 

When victims arrived back at the facility on Sunday they saw that the lock had been cut and the vehicles missing. 

Officers then discover several more units that were broken into. 

A preliminary investigation shows that the suspects may have been targeting units that were storing dirt bikes and other ATV vehicles. 

Police observed a portion of fencing located in the rear of the property that had been cut. Tire track marks on the ground, consistent with off road vehicles were seen heading towards the cut portion of the fence. 

At 6:35 p.m. the officers were informed that the ATV was recovered in the area of Roberto Clemente Field. Police responded to that area after the owner discovered it. The owner also observed his dirt bike being driven by an unknown male but had fled as he approached. 

Police Asking For Help 

The Investigation is on going. 

Police are asking anyone with information about this incident to send an anonymous text to 274637 TIPWPD + your message or send an anonymous web based message by clicking here. 

 

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