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ALBANY, GA (WALB) -

An Albany non profit is burglarized for the second time in six months.

Now officials are asking people in that neighborhood to help them safeguard their headquarters.

This window in the rear of Quails of Albany headquarters building in the 300 block of West Third Avenue was smashed just after 3 Monday morning.

The burglar reached through the smashed window and snatched a flat screen TV and ran.

Six months ago someone threw a concrete block through the front door and pulled a larger TV off the wall.

Both times Phoebe Putney security was at the building within minutes, but the burglars were gone.

Quails of Albany officials are asking people to help keep watch around their building and call 9-1-1 if they see any suspicious person.

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