Police warn of storage theftsDecember 07,2012Police warn of storage thefts
BRISTOL — A series of break-ins at a self storage site in town has Vermont State Police putting renters of units at the facility on notice.
Bristol Stor-Mor storage on Burpee Road has been the scene of repeated thefts since Nov. 16, police said.
In the most recent break-in reported Nov. 28, someone used bolt cutters to open a padlocked unit and then replaced the lock with a new one after rummaging through the unit’s contents.
Anyone with information about the break-ins is asked to contact Trooper Andrew Leise at 388-4919.
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