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Bomb Scares Lead to Major Burglary Investigation

Bomb Scares Lead to Major Burglary Investigation



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Andrew Adams, KSL Newsradio The suspect accused of stealing pipe bombs and dumping them in Layton and Roy is leading police on a new investigation.

It appears he may be behind dozens of storage unit burglaries.

Police say no doubt about it, Curtis Beeman has been a busy guy.

Andrew Adams Reporting
Assistant Chief Greg Krusi says since April, Beeman has been behind roughly 25 burglaries in Clearfield, as well as 32 in Layton, and more elsewhere.

Bomb Scares Lead to Major Burglary Investigation

What started him on his spree? He apparently told police one storage site was going to sell his stuff because he owed them money.

"My understanding was he kind of decided, ‘Hey, this is kind of easy,'" Krusi said.

And the rest is history. Investigators say Beeman has been so cooperative he's apparently willing to drive around with officers to point out which units he hit.

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