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By Christian Jennings - bio | email

THOMASVILLE, GA (WALB) - A big break in the store ATM theft cases. That stolen pickup truck seen in surveillance videos has been found.

The 2001 Maroon dodge pickup was spotted 137 Crestwood Drive in Thomasville. It's a tornado damaged house that's undergoing construction and no one lives there right now.

Police say neighbors noticed the suspicious truck parked in the yard over the weekend. They called police Monday.

"They've never seen the vehicle according to neighbors until this weekend. And they decided they needed to report it to police because it's kind of strange for it to be there at a house under construction," said Lt. Eric Hampton, Thomasville Police Department.

No one's yet been arrested, but the truck is being dusted for fingerprints.

The truck was stolen from a Thomasville dealership two weeks ago and was used in ATM thefts in Thomas, Grady and Leon Counties.


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