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Mills PD asks community to help in Extra Storage burglary case

(File Photo; Trevor T. Trujillo, Oil City News)

CASPER, Wyo. — The Mills Police Department said on Wednesday that it has been working over the past several months to solve “various property crimes throughout our city.”

“We would like to highlight a specific case which involves a burglary of Extra Storage (a storage unit complex) at 222 Pendell Blvd.,” the Mills PD said.

The police department said that it had obtained permission from the victim in the case to list items that have been stolen in the hopes that the community can help ensure the items are recovered. Stolen items include the following:

  • DEWALT 20V MAX orbital Sander – May be engraved with “Andrew Harris”
  • DEWALT 20-Volt MAX Cordless Combo Kit (Impact, Hammerdrill, Reciprocating Saw)
  • Flash Light + Batteries (engraved “Andrew Harris” in script)
  • DEWALT 5 Amp Hour Battery (engraved “Andrew Harris” in script)
  • DEWALT 15 Amp Corded 7-1/4 in. Lightweight Circular Saw. May be engraved with “Andrew Harris”
  • DEWALT 20-Volt MAX XR Cordless Brushless 3-Speed Oscillating Multi-Tool with battery. May be engraved with “Andrew Harris”
  • Dewalt Tool Bags (3 Total)
  • Oscillating tool
  • Blades
  • Drill Bits
  • Miscellaneous Screwdrivers
  • GEARWRENCH Ratchet Wrenches Metric/SAE Stackable Tool boxes RED
  • Craftsman Bottom Tool Cabinet /Craftsman Top Tool Chest
  • Craftsman 320 Piece Mechanic’s Tool Set 99030 (all sockets / ratchets and wrenches are Engraved with “AJH”)
  • BOSCH – Router, Electric, 1-1/4″ HP, 7A, 120V Model # GKF125CEN (Blue and Grey Color)
  • ROUTER BITS 35pc SET 1/4″
  • SHANK Tungsten Carbide Tips, (Yellow bits in Aluminum Carry Storage Case)
  • Dremel Tool set in grey box
  • Stabila Levels 48 inch and 16 inch (Yellow with Red Caps). “HARRIS” written on them in black marker
  • Stackable Red Craftsman Tool box
  • Black and Yellow Dewalt Combo Pack
  • Yellow Dewalt Flashlight

“We realize that some of the items are not immediately recognizable as stolen; however, it is likely that some of them will be grouped with others that are unique,” Mills PD said. “If you have any information as to the whereabouts of these items or any other information pertaining to this case, please call contact Detective Lindberg at (307)-266-4796.”