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OKC, Yukon Police Investigate Burglaries At Storage Facilities

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Surveillance video recorded a dark SUV drive into Oklahoma Self Storage a few miles away in Yukon Surveillance video recorded a dark SUV drive into Oklahoma Self Storage a few miles away in Yukon
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Police in Yukon and Oklahoma City are investigating burglaries at two storage locker facilities. 

The first occurred last Monday at Allstorage in Oklahoma City.  One of the victims tells us vandals broke into 14 RV'S and stole at least seven storage lockers. 

Later on, surveillance video recorded a dark SUV drive into Oklahoma Self Storage a few miles away in Yukon.  A short-time later, the SUV drove out pulling a white trailer belonging to Tiffany Pacheco. 

Pacheco says the trailer had as much as $20,000 worth of decorative chrome she sells to area car dealerships. 

"I feel violated," she said.  "Without any inventory I can't sell.  Without my sales, I don't have any way of supporting my son or myself." 

Police say it's too early to tell if the burglaries are related.

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