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Theft, Vandalism Is Reported

Originally published: 2012-11-30 10:24:03
Last modified: 2012-11-30 10:29:56

A commercial air conditioner valued at $5,000 was stolen from the former ATR Industries building at 730 Old Wilson Road, sheriff's Deputy Brandon Baskette said in a report.

More than $6,000 worth of vandalism was done to the 70,000-square-foot warehouse and property inside it, the report said.

The building is owned by American Patriot Bank. The burglary and vandalism occurred between Oct. 20 and Wednesday, the report said.

Deputies found that the entrance gate to the property had been rammed by a vehicle, damaging it and providing access to the property.

The warehouse was entered by prying two garage doors open, the report said.

"A large hole" was knocked in sheet rock inside the warehouse, and a large mirror was broken. Windows were smashed out with fire extinguishers and all the doors to the building were left unlocked, the report said.

The air conditioner was removed from on top of an office inside the building, the report said.

The burglary and vandalism remain under investigation.

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