A barbed wire fence didn't stop burglars from breaking into an RV dealership in Lake City. According to police, burglars cut a hole in the fence and drove their truck right on to the lot. The thieves have not been caught and this is not the first time this dealership has been broken into.
This is the fourth time, and owners say it's the worst. Sixteen flat screen TV's taken from fourteen RV's totaling close to over 20,000 dollars worth of stolen property. The owner says he will heighten security once again.
Security cameras on the RV's property snapped photos of what investigators say is the truck used in the burglary. Judging from the photos, they say the truck is a foreign extended cab model. Investigator David Grear is the lead detective on the case and says the entire burglary lasted 38 minutes, leading him to believe multiple people were involved.
If you recognize the truck in the photos or have any information about this case contact investigator David Grear at (386) 758-5451.
- Burglary Suspect Falls Through Restaurant Roof
- Dixie County Burglary Ring Busted
- Auto Burglaries on The Rise
- Number of Car Burglaries Increase in Haile Plantation
- Burglaries on the Rise in Alachua County
- Vehicle Burglary Bust
- Suspect Arrested for Eagle Point Burglaries
- Rash of Car Burglaries in Marion County
- Residents On Edge After String Of Burglaries
- String of Car Burglaries