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Leesburg Police need community's help

By Jennifer Emert - bio | email

ALBANY, GA (WALB) –  Leesburg Police need your help to find an 18-year-old Albany man they say was involved in several armed robberies in the last year.

Take a good look at Randy Bryant's picture. Bryant is the last suspect Leesburg Police are looking for in the armed robbery of the Leesburg Flash Foods February 26th, 2009.

Police say three people went inside the store, while two stood outside and watched for police.

Police call it a gang crime. "Even if it was just that little group, they are affiliated and they were committing crimes together as a group as an organization, just in the methods they would use, two would go in one would stay outside," said Sgt. James Vick, Leesburg Police.

Twenty-year old year old Jordan Harris, Larry Gatewood, and Shantavious Anthony, and Dominique Nelson are also charged with robbing the Leesburg store and Flash Food stores on East Oakridge and East Oglethorpe in Albany.

Anyone with information on Bryant's whereabouts is urged to call Crimestoppers or Leesburg Police at (229)759-6465.


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