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Posted on: July 9, 2016

Suspect Arrested in Anaheim with Stolen Property Connected to Anaheim Storage Burglaries


ANAHEIM, CA – On Thursday, July 7, 2016, detectives from the Anaheim Police Department Burglary/Auto Theft Detail, along with investigators from the Crime Task Force arrested Paul Muna, 30, in West Anaheim for possession of a stolen firearm. Further investigation led detectives to a self-storage facility in the 2800 block of W. Lincoln Ave. where a search warrant was served. A search of Muna’s unit resulted in the discovery of stolen property believed to be related to multiple storage burglaries at a self-storage facility in the 100 block of S. Knott Ave. The recovered items, with a value in the tens of thousands, include sports memorabilia, collectible baseball cards and figurines and collectible coins. Muna’s bail was set at $100,000 and his expected arraignment date is July 12, 2016. Additional charges are pending. His booking photo is shown below:

Photographs of the stolen property are attached. Anyone who believes they recognize any of the recovered property as stolen, or believes their property is among the items recovered, is encouraged to contact the Anaheim Police Department.

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