Police are investigating the burglaries to over 20 E-Z Self Storage units.
At approximately 11 AM on Tuesday, Officer Ralph Hatt responded to the E-Z Self Storage facility on New Hampshire Avenue after the burglary to 23 storage units was discovered.
“Upon arrival, Officer Hatt was advised by on site management, that sometime after 5:30pm the evening before, the suspect(s) made entry by cutting holes in a perimeter chain link fence,” Detective Liutenanant Greg Staffordsmith said. “Once inside the complex, they forced entry into the units by cutting or prying the locks.”
Management is in the process of notifying those affected by this crime, so that they can inventory their property and report any identified thefts, Staffordsmith said.
Anyone with information is urged to contact the Lakewood Police Department at 732-363-0200.
management claims each unit is individually alarmed & monotered. seems unlikely if they got so many units.
The alarm on the units only sound in the office, when you enter the entrance code to a specific unit but open a different one. The entrance code disarms the alarm and then reactivates when you enter the code again before leaving.
the alarm sounds in the orifice but is it loud enouf to be herd outside the orifice
That was an inside job no way they get threw 20 units and not be seen by the front office I work for a storage company
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