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August 21, 2007

Valdosta - Two Valdosta men were caught running from an apartment police say they just broke into.

20 year-old Antoine Rivers and 21 year-old Eddie McDonald are charged with burglary.

Police say a maintenance man at the three oaks apartment complex noticed a torn screen at one unit and heard unusual noises inside around one this afternoon.

He called police, but the two suspects took off before they arrived.

The maintenance man and apartment manager followed them and helped lead police to the suspects.

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