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Bommer 670-07 Standard Cam Lock

Bommer 670-07

Bommer 670-07 Standard Cam Lock

Manufacturer: Bommer
Price: $19.28
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bommer logo 670-07 Standard Cam Lock
  • Replacement part for Bommer horizontal mailboxes.
  • 5-pin tumbler
  • Comes with 2 keys
  • Can be supplied in over 1,000 key changes

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Q: Hi AB Supply Technical Person - We have bought a few of Bommer 670-07 locks from you in the past couple of years to replace the locks in 2x4 tenant mailboxes in our residential building that are 20 years old. The replacement locks were bought because tenants lost their keys. What’s happened in the past few months is a little disturbing because we don’t know how it’s happening. Thieves get into our lobby and somehow manage to open all 8 vertical mailboxes and leave them open but all in a 'locked' position. They do not open them using the post office master key. (We have subsequently secured our front gate to prevent entry into the lobby). I’m asking you if you have any idea how this could be happening? Is there a special tool or key that the thieves might have? USPS has no idea, but I suspect that the mailboxes are left open and in a locked position because they need to remove whatever tool they are using. I’ve attached a picture for clarification as seen here:

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Please note the mailbox locks all being in a locked position. Thank you for any information,

A: Most likely that a screwdriver is being used to simply spread the doors from apart each other in order to get the door to open with the latch still extended. You might consider a consumer-grade camera in the public area. Securing the front gate may be more of a problem because it's likely that the front gate is a part of the entire path of egress because safe egress is defined as terminating at the “ public way”.
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