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Teens caught stealing in Mitchell Co.

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By Jim Wallace - bio | email

Baconton, GA (WALB) -  Four South Georgia teenagers were caught red-handed stealing two 4-wheelers and raiding cars in Mitchell County.

People who live on Bowles Road and Old Bainbridge Road in Baconton reported the four teens suspicious behavior Monday.

Deputies say they caught them going through the stolen goods.

18-year old Blake Collins and 18-year old William Posey of Baconton, and 18-year old Justin May and 17-year old Ricky Bodiford of Albany are charged with two counts of theft by taking and three counts entering autos.

Investigators say in addition to the ATV's, the teens stole CB radios,  money, and guns from three cars.

 

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