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Anaheim Police arrested a 30-year-old man in connection with multiple burglaries at a self-storage facility in the area, authorities said.

Detectives arrested Paul Muna in West Anaheim on Thursday for suspicion of possessing a stolen firearm, said Anaheim police Sgt. Luis Correa.

“Further investigation led detectives to a self-storage facility in the 2800 block of West Lincoln Avenue where a search warrant was served,” Correa said. “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 South Knott Avenue.”

The items include sports memorabilia, collectible baseball cards and figurines and collectible coins, he said. The property was believed valued in the tens of thousands of dollars.

Muna was held in lieu of $100,000 bail and was expected for arraignment July 12, Correa said. Additional charges were pending.

Anyone who believes their property is among the items recovered was urged to call Anaheim police at (714) 765-1900.

—City News Service

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