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Ferris police closing in on storage theft suspects

Ferris police have identified several persons of interest in the burglary of a storage facility. The break-in was reported to police from management at the Storage Place on Jan. 15 after employees at the business found severe damage to the security fence. Ferris police investigator Walter Weiss said said a 20-foot travel trailer was stolen and on the south side of the complex a second trailer had the tongue lock cut off. The travel trailer was later found at the Driver’s Truck Stop, located at 3010 Interstate Highway 35E in Fort Worth on Jan. 22. Police are currently reviewing security camera footage from the truck stop. Before the theft, Ferris Police officers were dispatched to a domestic-violence call. Through that call, Ferris Police officer Emily Hickman discovered a person of interest, which led police to a group of thefts taking place in neighboring cities. Ferris dispatcher Glenda Grindele found that the license plate of the stolen trailer had been run through the computer by the Haltom City Police Department. Read this story and more in your Weekend edition of The Ennis News. Be informed, subscribe today!

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