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$50,000 in antique coins stolen from Delaware storage unit

$50,000 in antique coins stolen...

Queen Anne's County, Md. - Three burglary suspects from Delaware are looking at some serious charges tonight, for a multi-state crime spree.

20 year-old Jacob Kolar of Delaware City and two juvenile brothers from Townsend, confessed to two incidents of burglary at a Queen Anne's storage facility.

In December, the suspects reportedly broke into East Coast Storage in Millington, Maryland.

They allegedly took about $5,000 worth of items, including guns and ammo.

And authorities say in February, Kolar and the two juveniles broke into the same storage facility and stole $50,000 worth of items including antique coins.

Their confession led to a search of the suspects' homes.

Investigators apparently found evidence connecting them to other crimes including 10 storage facilities break-ins throughout northern Delaware, the burglary of a hunting lodge in Kent County and incidents at unidentified properties in Pennsylvania.

The brothers were released to a parent, pending court proceedings.

 

And Kolar is in custody in New Castle, Delaware.


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