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August 14, 2006

Albany - Determined burglars hit another Albany business. Sometime between closing Friday night and opening Saturday morning, burglars broke through the outside wall of the Parlor Hair Salon. They knocked down a vanity, broke a huge mirror, and smashed a cash register to get the money inside.

Owner W.C. Webb says he was shocked someone would go to such lengths to steal a little cash.   He says, "I know the police department's got a lot on their hands, but they got to do something about this crime rate in Albany, Georgia. That's why people are leaving Albany. They're going somewhere else. They don't want their businesses in Dougherty County anymore. Something's gotta be done. I mean, this is a disaster."

Witnesses saw two men around the area late Friday night but didn't get a good description. Police don't have any leads.

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