State of the art facility keeps safes secure

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SANDY, Utah - One of the most secure buildings in Utah was once an old gas station. Now it's a state of the art facility that houses hundreds of safe deposit boxes.

Safe Haven Private Vaults in Sandy has walls made of ballistic-grade materials, a retina scan, bulletproof and blast-resistant glass, and plenty more security.

"We also have motion sensors, pressure sensors, laser sensors. Any sensor you could think of we've got it," said Nathan Coccimiglio, owner of Safe Haven Private Vaults.

Anyone can get a safe deposit box and it's completely anonymous, but the boxes also have only one key. If you lose yours, you're out of luck because there isn't a spare; it's all part of the security.

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