GENEVA – A storage unit company in Geneva reported 15 burglaries occurring after midnight June 28, according to police reports.
Suspects apparently cut through a barrier fence and entered Public Storage, 2324 Gary Lane by the dead end of South Street, burglarizing 11 storage units and four vehicles or trailers, reports stated.
Damage to the fence was $100, reports stated.
No inventory or value of items taken was available through police reports, other than from an earlier burglary to a storage unit June 21 that was included in the 15.
In the earlier burglary, miscellaneous financial records and 12 to 24 antique tools valued at $1,000 were taken, reports stated. The tools had been used for railroad construction in the 1940s, reports stated.
In an email, Geneva Police Department Cmdr. Julie Nash stated the incident is under investigation and there are no additional details that police can add at this point.
Messages left for a Public Storage spokeswoman were not returned.