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February 11, 2008

Bainbridge-- It's the second time they've been hit in two weeks.  

This time the burglars got creative.   Around 1:00 in the morning, two men climbed onto the roof of a Bainbridge Quick Buys convenience store.  Using wire cutters they peeled back the tin roof and went inside.

The burglars only got around 12 dollars and a few items from the store.    "The response time was excellent but they just don't keep much cash inside. This was all in change. There was a donations jar and they took the cash out of it also," says Investigator Redell Walton of the Decatur County Sheriff's Office

The good news: the stores surveillance system caught the burglars on tape.  On it you can see one of the men crawling on the floor behind the counter.  Investigators are hoping someone will recognize him.

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