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By Tayleigh Davis - bio | email

ALBANY, GA (WALB) - Police need your help tracking down suspects who have destroyed property at several homes in southwest Dougherty County.

Police say more than 11 incidents of criminal trespass or criminal damage have occurred on Blue Springs Road since July 1st. Vandals targeted windshields, car windows and yards late at night.

Mailboxes were the latest target. Vandals damaged several and stole one.  Police have stepped up patrols in the area but they need the community's help.

"We have no leads on this, no vehicle descriptions or suspects," said Dougherty County Police Captain, Jimmy Sexton. "We're asking for their help if they know anything about these crimes."

If you have any information about property damage in southwest Dougherty County, call police at 229-430-6600

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