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November 3, 2006

Thomasville-  Thomasville Police are asking for the community's help after more than a thousand dollars in gold coins were stolen from a delivery truck this week. 

The four bags of the gold, one dollars coins were stolen from a Pepi Food Service delivery truck when it stopped at TECT on Old Albany Road earlier this week. The driver left the truck unlocked while he stepped inside, when he came out the $1,200 in coins were gone.

"If you have someone coming in buying something with several of those gold coins it might be worth calling crime stoppers and letting us go check it out," said Lt. Ricky Singleton, Thomasville Police. 

Thomasville Crime Stoppers accepts anonymous tips at (229) 227-3305.

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