Archive for the ‘Security – Commercial’ Category

$67,000 in property stolen from local business

April 29, 2008

Charleston Daily Mail;

State Police are investigating the theft of about $67,000 in property taken from a West Side business…

…Items stolen include various tools and machinery, an unknown amount of motor vehicle inspection stickers and a 1998 Ford F-150 black pickup truck, the release said.

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Tool thefts

March 6, 2008

Trust unable to work after tools are stolen – – By Andrea Borrowdale;

MEMBERS of a project which helps disabled and socially disadvantaged people have been left unable to do their work after having nearly £3,500 worth of equipment stolen.

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Tools stolen from garage in Normanby Road – Julie – Mar 6;

During the early hours of Wednesday morning 27th February there was criminal activity in Normanby Road near to Ravensworth Avenue. Tools, a cycle and keys were stolen from a garage. Items were stolen from a caravan and an attempt house burglary occurred.

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Business on brink as tools stolen – Kristina Santus;

A self-made businessman is on the brink of ruin after thousands of pounds worth of tools were stolen.

Read more… – 03/04/08;

An employee of Bucyrus True Value, 713 S. Sandusky Ave., reported the theft of $218 worth of tools from the business. The incident remains under investigation. 11:32 a.m.

Copper stolen from shuttered business

March 4, 2008

Post-Tribune – March 4, 2008;

Approximately $28,000 worth of copper was stolen from four rooftop air conditioning/heating units at 510 W. U.S. 30, the former site of Brown’s Chicken.

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Thieves make off with load of aluminum in Gilford

February 29, 2008 – By CUTTER MITCHELL – Friday, February 29, 2008;

A Gilford business found its scrap pile to be a little light when the company opened for business on Thursday. Weld Fab Technologies in Gilford had about $500 worth of aluminum carried off its lot over Wednesday night.

Being a fabrication business working with various metals, it tends to generate a fair amount of scrap metal, which is later used on various projects.

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