By Karen Cohilas - bio | emailOctober 14, 2008
ALBANY, GA (WALB) - Thieves broke into two convenience stores in South Georgia Monday night and took the cash registers right off the counters.
Sheriff's investigators in Thomas and Grady Counties need your help identifying the men seen breaking into the Quick Buys Convenience Store on Highway 188 in Grady County around 11:00 Monday night.
They threw concrete through the front door. In the pictures, you can see one thief helping himself to the cigarette display. His partner helps himself to the cash register.
They repeated the act at the Country Corner on highway 84 in Thomas County about an hour later.
Anyone with information should contact the Sheriff's Office in Thomas or Grady County, or Call Crime Stoppers at 229-227-3305.
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