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Self-storage unit theft in Freeport
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FREEPORT, Maine (NEWS CENTER) -- About 2 dozen self-storage units were broken into at the Interstate Self Storage facility on Sunday.

Owner Erik Urbanek said he received a call Sunday morning from a patron saying it appeared someone had cut several locks and left them on the ground.

One of those units belongs to Stephanie Perry and Nathan Briggs, who say they left the facility around midnight on Sunday.

"We lost two TVs, computer, and Playstation 3," said Briggs. "We didn't lose anything sentimental, which is good. We just lost our own privacy."

There are 200 self-storage units at the facility, according to Urbanek, who said a patron reported a firearm missing after the break-ins.

"We did have someone report a small caliber, kind of vintage firearm that was missing," said Urbanek. He also said this is the first time the facility was ever broken into.


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