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More Albany businesses broken into

ALBANY, GA (WALB) - Last week, nearly a dozen businesses were broken into in Central Albany. That number continues to climb.

Police reports show two more business have become targets to break-ins this weekend. The most recent is Southern Wholesale Flooring on west Roosevelt Avenue.

Police records confirm someone broke in around 7:00 Friday morning. Less than four hours earlier, a suspect broke into Monumental Development Center on MLK Junior Drive through a side window.

No word on arrests or suspects. Both cases have been turned over to the APD criminal investigation unit.

Albany Police ask anyone with information to call the Criminal Investigations Bureau at (229) 431-3288 or remain anonymous and call Crime Stoppers at 436-TIPS (8477).

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