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By Delivrine Registre - bio | email

November 5, 2008

ALBANY, GA (WALB) - Fitzgerald police are searching for two thieves after investigators recovered thousands of dollars in jewelry. 

20-year-old Travis Flemming and 20-year-old Bernard Demps were arrested after Fitzgerald officers found more than 30,000 dollars in stolen merchandise, mostly jewelry.

They believe the items came from eight to 10 residential burglaries and two business burglaries.

Officers are now looking for two more people: 27-year-old Sarah Dixon and 18-year-old Bradley Battle.

They are asking anyone who may have had jewelry stolen to contact Detective Tilley at 229-426-5014.

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