(SHERWOOD) – Michigan State Police are investigating the break in to some storage units in Sherwood.
Troopers say the break ins happened between February and May of 2019, and all happened at a facility on Division Street.
Stolen were general household goods including a coffee table with a glass top; two end tables with metal cross frame legs; and a floor clock with a Paris France theme clock face.
Also taken was a five piece Pearl drum set. The drums are dark blue and included a bass drum, 4 other drums and 3 cymbals.
If anyone has information on these crimes, you are asked to call Trooper Foulty at the State Police Post in Marshall at 269-558-0500.
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