Security footage shot over the weekend showed nearly three dozen storage units in Lauderhill were broken into within two hours.
In the video you’ll see Only on the 6th, the suspect broke into additional storage on May 2, taking his time using bolt cutters to break 26 locks. A few days later, police said seven more units were broken into at another facility on National Road 7.
“This is the first time that I have seen so many units in two days being broken into,” said Lauderhill Police Lt. Mike Santiago.
Images from the facility clearly show the face of the suspect, who was wearing a bright yellow shirt that read “Antisocial”.
Police are investigating whether the suspect is responsible for the 33 break-ins and how the person entered the facility, as they are both inside and need codes or keys to access them.
The value of the stolen goods has not been determined, but police say some victims have come forward and among the missing items were laptops, televisions and coins.
Police are asking the public to help identify the suspect. If you have any information, contact the Lauderhill Police Department or Broward Crime Stopper at 954-493-TIPS.