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Storage garages suffer $18K in damage in weekend burglaries

SPOKANE, Wash. - A reward is being offered for information in a series of commercial burglaries over the weekend in which the suspects caused approximately $18,000 in damage to storage garages.

An official with ReMax Realty reported that the storage garages, at three different locations, were smashed in with a car sometime between noon Saturday and noon on Sunday: (See map of burglaries below)

  • The first at 12810 E. Nora caused about $3,000 in damage
  • A second building at 12720 E. Nora had four doors smashed in causing an estimated $10,000 in damage
  • At 12704 E. Nora, two more garage doors were smashed in causing $5,000 in damage

It is unknown what, if anything, was stolen from the garages.

"There was nothing in the garages, there was nothing of value so it makes no sense at all," said business park employee Tom Watson. "They probably did more damage to their vehicle, in terms of monetary damage, than they would have ever gotten out of anything in these garages."

Police were able to take pictures of footprints left by the potential suspects as well as pieces of taillights.

If you have any information, call Crime Stoppers at 327-5111.


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