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By Delivrine Registre - bio | email

July 26, 2008

ALBANY, GA (WALB) - Officers are on the lookout for a couple of thieves who drove a new car off an Albany dealership's lot in broad daylight.

Albany Police were called to Bill Chambers Motors on West Oglethorpe a little after 5:00 PM Friday afternoon.

An employee told police he saw two men sitting in vehicles belonging to the dealership; one in a Ford F-150,  and the other in a white Lincoln Town Car.

When the employee approached the one in the truck, he took off on foot. And that's when the suspect in the Lincoln drove off.

Employees told police they were moving cars that afternoon, and the keys for each of those vehicles were left in the sun visors.

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