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April 25, 2008

Albany -- Albany Police quickly tracked down suspects after a Central Albany Business burglary overnight.

 Crooks stole at least $20,000 worth of tools, Computers, and copper wiring from Erickson's Fork Lifts on North Washington Street.

Friday afternoon Albany Police found stolen wiring in two homes in the 700 block of North Jackson Street. AAA recycling called Police when two men tried to sell some of that wiring.

Investigators tracked it back to these houses where Police searched for more stolen property.

They also found a fishing rod worth more than a thousand dollars taken from Sizemore Brothers Plumbing in a series of burglaries last August. Jackie Sizemore said "it was four different burglaries, but evidently they are still working it hard. I was proud to get the phone call. So I got one of my rods back."

Business owner Dennis Erickson says police are still searching for his stolen computer equipment and tools.

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