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By Jade Bulecza - bio | email

VALDOSTA, GA (WALB) –  Valdosta police are searching for a smash and grabber who's broken into one business three times. 

On June 16th someone broke through the front window of the Quick Mart at the corner of West Hill and St. Augustine Road. The suspect went behind the counter and took cigarettes, sunglasses, and $60 in change.

"Most of the convenience stores have alarms and in this case this one had an alarm. So they go in and grab as much as they can before they have to run out before the officers get there," said Valdosta Police Lt. Aaron Kirk.

Police believe the video shown here from a break-in in May is also the same guy.

If you have any information, police want you to call their tip line at 229-293-3091 or investigations at 229-293-3145.

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