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November 13, 2006

Grady County-  Sixteen car breaks-ins in Thomas and Grady Counties has the Sheriff's office urging residents not to leave personal items in their cars.  It started last Thursday with four break-ins in Grady County. The suspects then targeted six cars in Thomas County and broke into another six early this morning on Cameron, Gray, and Scott Roads.

The thieves are smashing car windows to get at personal items left on the seat. The Sheriff's office is asking resident to report any suspicious activity. 

"If they hear something outside, barking, check it out, call 911 so we get some deputies there," said Sheriff Harry Young, Grady County. 

The suspects are only stealing cash, so deputies urge resident's not to leave wallets, purses, or cash lying in plain sight.

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