ALBANY, GA (WALB) – Albany Police are trying to figure out if three teenagers are responsible for multiple break-ins in northwest Albany. 19-year old Calvin Trian Winkfield, 17-year old Cody Brice Mills, and 17-year old Benjamin James Worthy were stopped Tuesday afternoon shortly after burglars kicked in a door on Doublegate Drive and stole two televisions and a laptop. Police say their arrest could end up clearing other burglary cases.
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