The Texas Theft Liability Act is a civil remedy for suing for damages in connection with stolen property.
You might also have a claim for conversion of personal property.
I agree with Attorney Devere's response. You may also have different claims against the two individuals such as fraud and conspiracy to commit fraud , which allows you to claim punitive damages. You may also have claims against the public storage entity for negligence since the female employee was their employee.
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It's unknown whether you should sue with the information provided. An attorney would need to understand a few more of the details and see some of the paperwork regarding the unit.
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