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 By Christian Jennings - bio | email

Cuthbert,  GA (WALB) -  Thanks to our alert viewers, two suspected burglars are in jail in Cuthbert.

We showed you surveillance video Monday from break-ins at the One Stop Food Mart and the Country Corner store in Cuthbert.

As soon as our viewers saw these men, they recognized them and called police.

23-year-old John Brookins, Jr. and 21-year-old Jim Brooks were picked up the very next day.

They are in the Randolph County jail each charged with two counts of burglary.

The Cuthbert Police Chief says he's grateful for the help from the public.

 

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