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By Jade Bulecza - bio | email

HOMERVILLE, GA (WALB) – Burglars took $3,000 in little league sports equipment from the Clinch County Recreation Center.

Homerville Police are trying to find suspects who reached in through an opening at a back window of the center and pried it open.

They're accused of stilling helmets, catchers' gear, shin guards, and shoulder pads on Monday night. The helmets were red with a "C" on and paw prints on them.

If you have any information, Homerville Police want you to contact them at 912-487-5306.

 


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