MARION, OH - Thieves burglarizing an abandoned home in Ohio thought they struck the jackpot when they found a Liberty safe standing there unattended.
"We had moved and were unable to take the safe at the time," explained the owner, Teri. "We had no insurance at the time of the break in, I just couldn't afford it when we moved to a trailer, and the floor in the trailer would not hold our big safe."
The thieves used a crowbar and what appears to be a drill bit from a rock quarry, among other implements, to attack the safe. The police said the burglars had plenty of time to spend attacking that door, but they couldn't estimate how many individual attempts were made. The handle was broken, the steel was pounded on by an assortment of tools, but the thieves failed to gain access.
Fortunately for Teri, her safe will be replaced by Liberty's life-time warranty. When it was finally opened, she found all the family's precious valuables placed there for safe keeping just as they had left them.
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