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4 arrested for allegedly running storage theft ring

Police believe there could be more arrests coming.

ATLANTA — Police believe they have arrested the people behind a theft right that had been targeting storage facilities in the Atlanta area. 

According to Atlanta Police, Randall Clifton Brown, Jason Keenan, Julia Tittle and Eduardo Solis had been running a "sophisticated criminal enterprise" that victimized owners of storage units. But police say that's not the only crimes they're accused of - authorities believe they could also be behind multiple car break-ins, mail thefts and identity thefts. 

Credit: Fulton County Sheriff's Office

Police charged the suspects with the following charges: 

Randall Clifton Brown

  • Burglary (2 counts)
  • Financial Transaction Card Fraud

 Jason Keenan 

  • False Statements to Police

Julia Tittle

  • Warrant Arrest out of Fulton County for Financial Transaction Card Fraud
  • Theft by Taking
  • Financial Transaction Card Theft

 Eduardo Solis 

  • Burglary

11Alive has reported on several break-ins at storage facilities in the Buckhead area - at least two at the Extra Space Storage at Lindbergh Drive and Cheshire Bridge Road in the last six months. 

The investigation is still unfolding, and police believe there could be more arrests coming.

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