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By Delivrine Registre - bio | email

August 30, 2008

ALBANY, GA (WALB) - Burglaries have kept Albany Police busy this weekend with several of those happening in apartment complexes. Officers were called out to Tanglewood apartments on the 200 block of West First street around noon Friday.

There thieves broke into two apartments and stole three refrigerators and two stoves. The landlord told police that those apartments were vacant because the property is under going construction. The doors of one of the apartments showed signs of forced entry.

Just minutes later, Police were also called to the Shoreham apartment complex in reference to two more break-ins. Albany police officers say a laptop and laptop case was taken from one apartment.

Two guns, a TV and a water jug full of change was taken from another. The doors to both of the apartments were damaged.

If you have any information about the break-ins at the Tanglewood or Shoreham apartment complex call crimestoppers. That number is 229-436-TIPS.

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