Re: My storage unit was broken into over the weekend.
Go straight to the pawn shops. Years ago I had an employee steel some stuff and I went straight to the closest pawn shop. Luckly the guy was a friend of mine i did work for. He told me he could not really help me but after thinking about it he said he needed a contractor to do a job in his store room. He took me in there and took me to a place where my tools were sitting on the shelf. I saw them and that was it. I told him I would pay him for what he put out on the tools and then went straight to the sheriff's office. Done! ahole went to jail. You have to walk a fine line with them. They dont want to loose their investment and by law they have 30 days before the tools hit the shelfs. It's up to you if you wait the 30 days to look for the stuff. The other thing is if you let them know that you are looking for something the shop may bring the stuff to another location to sell it.
If they sell the tools to a contractor you will never see them again. But odds are right now no one is working so they will end up in a pawn shop.
Who are you going to serve today?