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Thieves steal trailer with race karts, equipment worth $40K from storage facility in west Houston, owner says



HARRIS COUNTY, Texas – A father and businessman is pleading for help after he said thieves took off with his trailer, along with two race karts and other valuable items worth $40,000.

“We wanted to race today because it’s practice day and race day is tomorrow. I came here for my RV and trailer, and I saw this,” Javier Cadena said.

It happened at the Bear Creek Boar and RV Storage on French Road in west Houston.

Cadena is angry and upset that someone was able to get inside the gated storage and take items he’s worked hard to get. There are security cameras on the property, but Cadena was told they are not working.

Cadena has an 11- and 16-year-old who love to race.

‘It’s what we do every weekend. We race, and we just want to race, that’s it. It’s what we want,” he said.

Cadena purchased the RV and trailer because they travel a lot for races.

“This is my livelihood and our life…it’s amazing,” he said.

“This is my livelihood and our life…it’s amazing,” he said.


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