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TCSO on the lookout for check thieves

THOMAS CO., GA (WALB) -

Investigators need your help Monday to catch a pair of check thieves.

Thomas County Sheriff's investigators believe the men in these surveillance photos broke into Gross Vault and Monument last week and stole several payroll checks.

The pictures were taken from a Commercial Bank in Boston where the men attempted to cash one of the checks.

The bank didn't cash the check, but investigators don't think this is an isolated incident.

"It's apparent that the people that are doing this are skilled at what they are doing. That they know the ins and outs. They have not taken the checks to commercial businesses to try to pass them that we are aware of so far," said Lt. Tim Watkins.

If you recognize either of the men in the photos, or you come across a suspicious check that has this HGH Investments address on it, you should call your local law enforcement agency.

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