VALDOSTA, GA (WALB) – Helicopters were brought in to help look for the suspect.
Around one this afternoon, a thirteen year old called 911 to report two men breaking into his house.
Operators told him to hide and stay on the phone. When a deputy arrived at the house, a man drove off but didn't make it far.
The deputy shot out one of his tires. He got out of the car and ran, and investigators are still looking for him.
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