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THOMASVILLE, GA (WALB) - Police in Thomasville are asking for your help to catch two burglars who were caught on tape. Police say on July 24th, two men broke into American Pawn Shop in Thomasville.

The video shows the men using sledgehammers to break multiple gun cases. "If someone can look at these individuals in this video, see if they can recognize them as someone that they know. And if so give us a call at the Thomasville Police Department," said Public Information Officer Lt. Eric Hampton.

The video also shows a suspicious van police say may have been used in the heist. Police say there is a reward for help in solving the case.

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