'Upsetting and heartbreaking.' 5 motocross bikes, ATVs stolen from Stamford family's locked storage unit

As Stamford police investigate a break-in at a local storage facility, the theft victims are turning to the public for help finding their stolen motocross bikes and ATVs.
"It's very upsetting and heartbreaking," said Evelyn Segura, whose family has rented a storage unit at Extra Space Storage on West Main Street for three years with no issues. But Friday morning, Segura's husband showed up to find their lock had been cut.
"His mind is racing. He pops the storage unit open, and all our bikes are gone," Segura recalled.
Five in all: a red Honda CRF450X, a green SYX MOTO, an orange 2023 KTM, and two Yamaha Banshee ATVs—one yellow and one blue. Segura said the cost totaled over $35,000, but the loss was about more than money. She recently took out a loan to get the 2023 KTM as a gift for her husband.
"It's something that I purchased for him for Father's Day, so it has sentimental value," Segura explained. So does one of the blue Yamaha Banshee, which her husband spent over a year repairing and restoring.
"People would ask him to sell it, and he'd be like, 'No. This is for my son when he gets older,'" she told News 12. "He was going to pass it down to him, and now we don't have anything."
Segura said security cameras at Extra Space Storage captured the theft just before 3 a.m. Thursday. Staff told her a white sprinter van carrying four men drove in and went straight to their unit. No other units were hit. Segura also said the gate at Extra Space Storage is supposed to lock at 10 p.m. but has been broken for over a month.
In response to a News 12 inquiry about that, Extra Space Storage released a statement:
This was an unusual, targeted break-in of a unit. We are working with local authorities and assisting them however we can, including turning over security footage. Safety and security are a priority for Extra Space Storage and we will be reviewing what happened and working with our vendors to improve.
"We're just kind of afraid those bikes are already out on the streets, and someone's already purchased them without knowing where they're coming from," said Segura. She told News 12 she hopes by sharing their story, someone out there might recognize one of the bikes or ATVs and do the right thing.
"Please, help us," she said. Segura added that there is a cash reward for the return of their stuff. Anyone with information is asked to call Stamford police.