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By Jay Polk - bio | email

September 25, 2008

ALBANY, GA (WALB) - Waycross Police need your help in locating two pieces of heavy equipment stolen from a construction site.

Sometime between 11:00 Tuesday night and 8 Wednesday morning, thieves hit a site in the 1900 block of Memorial Drive.

They took off with a 2004 yellow John Deere backhoe and a flatbed trailer worth a total of almost $43,000.

The tag on the trailer is TL5091U.

Both items belong to Peacock Construction Company in Douglas which is offering a $5000 reward for the safe return of the equipment.

Police say that they do have security video but no leads.

If you have any information call the Waycross Police Department at (912) 287-2929.

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