The Pulaski County Sheriff's Department investigating storage break-ins.
Deputies responded to the call at a storage building Saturday on Oak Hill Road, where several items were taken during the overnight hours. Including a zero-turn mower and trailer, valued at $6000. Several thousand dollars worth of tools and toolboxes were stolen as well.
Surveillance photos showed a U-Haul truck at the scene.
Sunday afternoon, Deputies spotted a matching truck in a driveway on Tanglewood Drive, where they made contact with Timothy K. Hill. Through their investigation, they learned that Mr. Hill was involved in multiple burglaries of storage units. The stolen mower was located on the property, along with a washer and dryer, dining room table and chairs, a "job box" set of tools, and a utility trailer. Total property stolen is believed to be in the area of $10,000 to 12,000 dollars.
Deputies have learned, several other storage units have been broken into, and those investigations continue.
32 year old Timothy K. Hill, of Sugar Tree Hollow Road, Tateville, was charged with Burglary, and Theft by Unlawful Taking over $10,000. He was lodged in the Pulaski County Jail.