By ZEINAB NAJM
Sunday Times Newspapers
RIVERVIEW — Police were dispatched to Fort Street March 31 for a larceny report where the victim said someone stole several items from his storage unit.
The victim said he noticed the items stolen about 5:30 p.m. March 30 and the last time he saw the items in the unit was three months prior.
Items stolen are two LED AC units valued at $80, two talking glucometers valued at $120, two hand-held CC TV monitors valued at $1,600, a laptop valued at $1,190, a fax and printer valued at $700, a mattress and box spring worth $800, one cash register valued at $1,500, a CC TV for low vision valued at $3,500, and various office equipment for work worth $600.
The victim said he is legally blind and most of those items stolen were to help him see. Some were also donated to him by the Bureau of Services for Blind Persons. He contacted the bureau regarding the larceny and was told to file a police report.
The victim said the lock on the storage unit was not broken or disrupted. He believes the items were take from underneath the gate.
Police observed approximately a foot of space from the ground to the gate. The victim said he didn’t check on the items in the past three months because at the time he did not need them.