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April 11, 2007

Irwin County--The Irwin county Sheriff's Office needs your help to catch a couple of repeat crooks.

Take a good look at the surveillance video.

In it, you can see two men boldly stealing a riding lawn mower from the John Deer Tractor Company on Highway 29 North in Irwin County early Sunday morning.

They stole a similar lawn mower two weeks ago.

The mowers are valued at three thousand dollars each.

Deputies hope with your help, they can put these crooks behind bars soon.

"They will get caught.  Eventually, we're going to get them," says Steven Rogers with the Irwin County Sheriff's Office.

The two men appeared to be in their mid to late twenties, and they are of average build.

Their race is unclear.

If you have any information call the Irwin County Sheriff's Office.

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