Police seek info on storage unit burglaries on Commerce, OhlmanPolice are in search of a person or persons involved in several burglaries of storage units in Mitchell.
By: Staff reports, The Daily Republic
Police are in search of a person or persons involved in several burglaries of storage units in Mitchell.
Authorities say several storage units located on the 1000 block on North Commerce Street were burglarized sometime between Oct. 1 and Nov. 6, but it is unknown exactly what was stolen. In another incident on Sept. 5, several storage units located on the 400 block of South Ohlman Street were burglarized and power tools and a snow blower were stolen.
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