8 storage units burgled in Manhattan
By Erin Gallagher Correspondent February 6, 2014 8:12PM
Based on tire tracks and foot prints, police say a truck of some sort and two people were involved in the burglary that took place between late Sunday afternoon, Feb. 2, and Monday morning, Feb. 3, 2014, at Cubby Holes Mini Storage, 24644 U.S. 52. | Erin Gallagher~For Sun-Times Media
Eight outside storage units were burgled in Manhattan, according to Police Chief Harold Martin. So far, only a few items are reported missing.
The event occurred between 4:30 p.m. Sunday and 8:30 a.m. Monday, Feb. 3 at Cubby Holes Mini Storage, 24644 U.S. 52. Based on the tire marks and footprints in the snow, it appears a truck of some sort and two people were involved, according to Officer Jamie Cavallero.
The heavy-duty paddle locks were cut with what police believe to be bolt cutters. Only three of the renters have responded to police inquires. Of those, one person reported a set of golf clubs missing. Another person reported a carburetor and possibly other minor auto parts. The third said nothing appeared to be gone. The police are still taking the remaining renter statements, Cavallero said.