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By Tayleigh Davis - bio | email

ALBANY, GA (WALB) -A TV bandit hit an Albany home, now one man is out about $4,000.

According to Albany Police, the victim says someone broke into his shed in the backyard around 3:00 Saturday afternoon.  

Reginald Jenkins says the thief stole a flat screen TV and damaged a second flat screen in the process.

The victim did not want to speak on camera Sunday for fear of his own safety. He says this is the second time his street has been targeted in recent weeks. Police are still looking for suspects.


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