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Thieves Break Into Thirty Binghamton Storage Units

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Two Binghamton men have been arrested in connection with the reported theft of thousands of dollars in items from a storage facility on Front Street.

Authorities say 18-year-old Devin Grier and 18-year-old Justin Creeley have been charged with third-degree burglary, a felony.

Grier and Creeley were arrested Friday after an investigation into thefts at Front Street Storage Sheds at 232 Front Street.

Police say about 32 storage units had been broken into by thieves who cut locks off individual units.

A plasma TV, a guitar, a keyboard and footwear were among the items reported stolen.

Police believe some people who have storage units at the facility may not yet be aware that some of their property was taken.

Detectives say anyone with information about the case may contact investigators at 607.772.7080.

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