Blake has many memories of growing up around his family's antique furniture.
"Knowing that when we'd go to my grandparents house you could count on seeing them and those people where the type of people that took care of their belongings. And now to see them just lying around here trashed out or gone is kind of upsetting," he said.
Now pieces of furniture and nick-knacks are scattered on the floor. And those special pieces are just a few of what's now missing, or completely destroyed in Blake's warehouse.
"The things that are missing are my grandparents furniture. There's also an antique treadle machine, like an old sewing machine, that missing," said Blake. "Chairs, couch, couches, chairs i mean, just all kinds of things."
But Blake still has hope. While checking up on the warehouse two months ago he took pictures of his favorite pieces, which happened to be most of the pieces taken. And now, he's taking those pictures around town, searching for them.
"And she said, 'You're doing exactly what you should be doing by coming to these stores and looking for these items because they buy things from people on you know, a whim basically and hope that they're not stolen," he said, describing his experience at antique shops.
As his family tries to sell the warehouse, Blake said they would have sold the furniture anyways, and even would have given it to people for free.
"A lot of this stuff we would've just given away. There's things that were destroyed now that we would've just been happy to give it to them," he said. "But instead, they've come in and destroyed it."
Blake said that APD can't do much due to the lack of evidence, but if anyone does know anything to please report it.