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By Jim Wallace - bio | email

ALBANY, GA (WALB) –  There's a police lookout for a worker with State Representative Winfred Dukes' campaign.

Other campaign workers filed a police report last night that 49-year-old Marvin Johnson, who they hired to put up campaign signs, took off in their 1994 Chevy truck and 78 pieces of lumber.

Dukes found the truck Tuesday night near Cason Street in East Albany, but the lumber was gone.

Albany Police are still looking for Johnson. This isn't the first time Dukes has reported a crime.

In June, he reported $600 worth of wire and metal were stolen from his construction company headquarters.

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