Two Men Charged In Connection To Cambria Convenient Store Burglary

(Cambria) Two individuals have been charged for their roles in burglarizing a convenient store in Cambria. Landon Stanley of Columbus and Nathan McCord of Wyoming have been arrested for numerous criminal charges including burglary. In the early morning hours of March 27, Columbia County Sheriff’s deputies responded to a report of forced entry at the Cambria Oil Company Convenient Store. The suspects stole thousands of dollars’ worth of tobacco products, snacks, lighters, computers, cell phone accessories and the main computer for the gas pumps. Deputies also found a brick and a metal pipe at the scene which was believed to be the tools used to force the entry. The damage to the store and computer system shut down the business for two days. The following investigation led authorities to 21-year-old Stanley and 19-year-old McCord. The two suspects reportedly wore masks, gloves and caps to disguise their identity and entered the store eight times during a five hour period on the night of the burglary. On April 17 and 18, Columbia County detectives executed two search warrants at a Fox Lake storage unit and a vehicle allegedly belonging to one of the suspects. Many of the stolen items were recovered during the searches. The Fox Lake Police Department and the Columbia County District Attorney’s Office assisted in the investigation.


Pictured: Landon Stanley