A white and blue 1965 Ford Mustang GT350 2+2 valued at $50,000 was stolen from a storage unit in the 34900 block of U.S. 280 on Monday between 9:45 and 10 p.m., according to reports made available Wednesday. The car was recovered from a residence in the 700 block of Ferry Road Tuesday at 11:50 a.m.
That storage unit was among 49 broken into between 8:45 and 10 p.m. Monday.
Merchandise taken from other units included:
A Remington 306 7400 with Tasco scope and wood stock, valued at $500; a Marlin .22-cal rifle with scope and wood stock, valued at $200; and a Stephens 20-gauge single-barrel shotgun with wood stock, valued at $300.
A .410-gauge shotgun valued at $200 and a Remington bolt action .22 valued at $500.
A 55-inch flat screen TV valued at $1,000, a Dell laptop computer valued at $800, an iPad valued at $300, a PlayStation 3 and two controllers valued at $400 and a bag of shoes, total value $1,200.
Last week, 33 mini warehouses were broken into at two different locations, according to reports made available Tuesday.
“We got his bolt cutters and his burglary tools and we got the Mustang back,” Police Chief Doug Wesson said. “We’re going to get him too. We have identified a person of interest and we’re expecting an arrest imminently.”
Contact Bill Kimber at firstname.lastname@example.org