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Suspect in series of YMCA thefts

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Thomasville- Dwight Mack Jr. is accused of taking other YMCA members' keys while they were working out and breaking into their cars.

     The thefts have been happening since 2003. Police say newly installed surveillance cameras caught Mack committing his latest break-in on Saturday. "We start narrowing down as we get into the investigation somewhat. The YMCA was phenomenal when they put the camera in. That narrowed it down significantly where we could actually make the arrest," says Thomasville Police Sergeant Rachelle Denmark.

     Mack is charged with felony entering an auto. If convicted, he could face up to five years in prison for each car he broke into.

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