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January 8, 2008

Moultrie-  A Moultrie Mercantile store is broken into again and this time the suspects made off with 15 guns.

The thieves broke into Baell Mercantile Saturday night by knocking a hole in the front wall of the store. It was the same place thieves had used before to break in.

This time they broke the glass in the gun case and stole ten semi-automatic guns and five revolvers.

The guns are valued at $4,700. Police arrived in time to see a black truck following a small car from Fifth Street Northeast into the Northwest side of town.

Anyone with information on the burglary should call Moultrie Police.

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