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Case closed on a string of burglaries

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Thomasville- Late Thursday night authorities in Thomas County recovered dozens of items stolen from 10 homes over the past three weeks.

     The Police Department and Sheriff's office say this was a major joint-operation. "It's of great significance to recover this much property. Usually during burglary situations, when you identify the suspect, the chances of you recovering the property are very slim," says Thomasville Police investigator, Captain Troy Rich. "To find that much, that much quantity, of items at one location was very nice," says Thomas County Sheriff's Office Investigator, Pascal Autry.

     Authorities charged Jontavian Richardson with 10 counts of burglary. A 16 year old boy was also charged with the same counts.

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