PER CURIAM: Appellant was convicted of theft by receiving (in violation of U.C.A., 1953, § 76-6-408). The property was seized under a search warrant claimed by appellant to have been issued without probable cause in violation of the Fourth Amendment. For that reason appellant claims error in the denial of his motion to suppress the evidence. On July 28, 1981, police officers stopped an automobile driven by one Doug Bateman. Machine gun parts were found in the trunk of Bateman's automobile. 1 The parts were identified as property stolen in 1980 from the manufacturer. Bateman said he had stolen the property from a storage unit in a storage warehouse on the evening he was arrested. He said he had broken into seven different storage units. He was unsure as to which unit contained the parts, but indicated they were in view once the door was opened.