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December 30, 2007

Albany -- The Albany Police Department is trying to figure out how thieves made away with a 42-inch plasma television from the Albany Mall in broad daylight.

Picture Me Studios had the flat screen monitor on a counter, which they used it to display their glamour shots.

Saturday at around noon the owner went into the store and noticed it was missing.

"I realized that it was gone when my boss came in and said the monitor was gone. And I said the monitor was gone. So I just jumped up and saw that the monitor was gone. That was pretty much it. I was in the back putting plain t-shirts in a box," said employee Whitney Braxton.

Albany Police Officers did come by to collect evidence and try to lift any fingerprints. Anyone with information can call crime stoppers at 229-436-TIPS.

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