You think your belongings are safe, locked up in a storage unit, but a rash of storage break-ins in Lincoln have some rethinking that security.
Lincoln Police said burglars have broke into eight more storage units since Tuesday, bringing the total to 30 burglaries or attempted burglaries in the last two weeks.
Surveillance images from Wilderness Self Storage at 8103 S. 13th Street show a man taking a box.
The most expensive item stolen is a 2008 Harley Street Motorcycle from Eagles Nest storage unit at 3600 Adams Street.
Other storage units hit are Havalco Storage at 4626 N 61st Street, Kiss Storage at 710 N 48th Street, The Spare Room at 4101 N 27th Street and another at 5344 Cornhusker Highway.
Police believe with this surge in storage unit burglaries so far this year, it will surpass the 76 storage units hit last year.
Police said the burglaries are taking place in the early morning hours, before 5 a.m. Once inside the thieves are cutting locks to units or prying doors open, then rooting through the contents inside.
Police are looking for two people. One suspect is a black male 5'8"-5'10" the other has not been identified at all. They are possibly driving a dark SUV.
Anyone with information about these burglaries is asked to call Lincoln Crimestoppers at 402-475-3600.