Guam police are investigating a burglary at a locksmith on Route 8 in Barrigada and asking anyone who may have seen or heard anything to call them.
Lucky Locksmith was burglarized early Sunday morning.
Store owner Edward Concepcion told The Guam Daily Post that the robbery is “kind of scary” because the items stolen can be used to “do worse damage in the wrong hands.”
The stolen devices can be used to open up most automatic locks on vehicles and various home and business locks.
He said the stolen goods include a semi-automatic pick gun tool and various automatic key programmers. The stolen items include:
• Hisense brand 43” Smart TV (in box)
• mini AutoProPAD brand key programmer
• DeWalt brand case of various auto transponders
• Milwaukee brand charger and batteries
• locksmith semi-auto pick gun tool
• Xhorse VVDI mini programmer
• various locksmithing items
Locksmith: Please call GPD if you have information
Concepcion is asking residents and body shop owners who might know or hear of anyone trying to sell the stolen goods to report their information to the Guam Police Department.
Anyone with information about this crime or any other crime is urged to call the Guam Police Department at 472-8911 or 475-8615~7. Those who wish to remain anonymous may call the Guam Crime Stoppers 24-hour hotline at 477-HELP or submit a tip online at guam.crimestoppersweb.com. All calls will remain anonymous and a cash reward of up to $1,000 could be paid if the information provided leads to an arrest or a grand jury indictment.