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LAURINBURG — A Laurinburg business is stepping up its surveillance following multiple break-ins on Tuesday.


Will Morgan, of Southern Mini Storage, said Wednesday that the business has installed more motion sensors after 22 of its storage units were broken into. Laurinburg Assistant Police Chief Cliff Sessoms said the item’s monetary value has yet to be totaled.


Storage units across Scotland County are frequently targeted by thieves.


Break-ins


LAUREL HILL — Hattie Moore, of Old Wire Road, reported Tuesday that someone had kicked in her front door and taken assorted electronics valued at $1,950 and meat valued at $300, according to a sheriff’s report. Damage to the door was reported at $100.


LAURINBURG —It was reported on Tuesday that someone took two go-carts and three gasoline containers from a home on Shaw Drive, according to a police report. Items taken were valued at a total of $2,520.


LAURINBURG — Katherine Evans, of Pine Street, reported Tuesday that someone had broken into her home and taken assorted jewelry and medicine valued at a total of $260, according to a police report.


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