The Secretary of State's office is now investigating an Albany funeral home after Albany police raided the business and the owner's home Monday night.
Police and prosecutors won't say much, but they confirm officers raided J-L Litman funeral home on Clark Avenue Monday night looking for records of funeral home transactions.
They also raided the Litmans' home on Camellia Road in Dougherty County.
We're told two men have been arrested on some sort of theft charge, but Litman himself has not been arrested.
Tuesday night we talked to Mr. Litman who told us he does not why his business and home were raided.
He said sometimes innocent people get caught up in investigations.
We're working on getting more information.
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