An arrest Thursday of a man in possession of a stolen firearm led Anaheim Police to a cache of stolen property in a self-storage facility, the APD said in a news release Saturday.
Paul Muna, 30, of Anaheim is in custody in lieu of $100,000 and is expected to be arraigned Tuesday, July 12, the news release said.
Detectives from the Anaheim Police Department Burglary/Auto Theft Detail, along with investigators from the Crime Task Force, arrested Muna in west Anaheim July 7.
Further investigation led detectives to a self-storage facility in the 2800 block of W. Lincoln Avenue, 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 Avenue.
The recovered items, valued in the tens of thousands of dollars, include sports memorabilia, collectible baseball cards and figurines and collectible coins.
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 PD at 714-765-1900.