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 September 6, 2007

 Albany --  Brazen crooks staged another break-in Wednesday night at an Albany business plagued by burglaries. Thieves made off with $11,000 worth of equipment this time.   

They cut a huge hole in the fence around Sizemore Brothers Plumbing on North Washington Street and stole mowers, blowers, edgers, and trimmers.

This is the third burglary at that business in two weeks, and the owners are again calling for better police protection.   

"I just think something has got to be done," said James Sizemore.  "I know they are short on the uniform police in the field. I think we need to maintain that. I think we need to have regular routes, and to look more closely."  

The owners think the same crooks who broke in last week hit the business again last night. They plan to increase their security again, but they'd still like to see more police officers patrol downtown at night.

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