Four individuals break into storage unit; sheriff’s office requests assistance (photos inside)

The Cortland County Sheriff's Office is attempting to identify four individuals in connection with a storage unit break-in last month in Cincinnatus. The sheriff's office is seeking public assistance on the incident. (Photo provided by the Cortland County Sheriff's Office).

Four individuals broke into a storage unit, and the Cortland County Sheriff’s Office is requesting information on the incident, according to a report.

According to the county sheriff’s office, the individuals broke into a storage unit at the Anytime Storage business in Cincinnatus. The report stated that the individuals “stole several household items” and “damaged an additional storage unit” while attempting to break in.

The report noted that the incident occurred at 4 a.m. on May 4. Officers responded to a burglary investigation. According to the report, the individuals arrived at the storage units in a 2010 Dodge Caravan.

The Cortland County Sheriff's Office is attempting to identify four individuals in connection with a storage unit break-in last month in Cincinnatus. The sheriff's office is seeking public assistance on the incident. (Photo provided by the Cortland County Sheriff's Office).

The county sheriff’s office investigation is ongoing. Anyone with information on the incident is asked to contact the county sheriff’s investigation division at 607-758-6151 or Sgt. Stacy Billings at 607-758-5536.