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By Jim Wallace - bio | email

January 7, 2009

ALBANY, GA (WALB) - 21 storage units were broken into at an Albany warehouse business overnight.

Investigators are now trying to determine if the burglars are the same ones who broke into another storage business warehouse the night before.

The thieves cut two holes in the fence behind the Royal Storage on Palmyra Road overnight.

They broke the locks and frames on 21-units.

Police are concerned because they know the thieves got some guns out of one of the warehouse units.

Jaime Daniel isn't sure yet what was taken from her unit.

Daniel said "It was ransacked a lot. They have very obviously dug through a lot of boxes, because there was stuff that was out of boxes that was in boxes before. Like they were almost looking for something."

Another storage unit business on First Avenue was broken into Tuesday morning.

The thieves ransacked that unit and took tools and televisions.

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