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Darsey Oil burglarized a second straight day

By Jim Wallace - bio | email

June 24, 2008

ALBANY, GA (WALB) - An East Albany oil distributorship was burglarized for the second time in two days.

Workers found the Darsey Oil Company headquarters on East Ogelthorpe Boulevard broken into again Tuesday morning.

 Someone broke in over the weekend by removing a piece of the metal wall and knocking through the sheet rock. They stole oil and money.

Monday night crooks broke through the same spot and swiped a computer, a lawnmower, and more oil and transmission fluid.

Darsey Oil officials say they are improving their security system. They say they're confident Albany Police will catch the thieves, but so far no arrests.

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