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An Albany auto repair business owner says he'll improve security around his shop after several auto parts were stolen off of cars.

Take a look at this B-M-W sitting on concrete blocks after someone stole the rims and tires.

The car belongs to C and K Automotive owner Cedric Teasley.

The theft happened early Monday morning at his shop on Radium Springs Road.

A battery from a car belonging to a customer was also stolen.  Teasley estimates the parts are worth $1200.  "Why you want to take from a small private owned business man. I just feel like I work hard for mine, you go out and take from somebody else. It's bad." said Teasley.

Teasley said he's heard about other shop and car lot owners hit by thieves.

He plans to put up surveillance cameras to protect his shop.

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