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CORDELE, GA (WALB) -

A phony repairman is caught on tape stealing from another South Georgia business.

We got video of the thief stealing from Zaxby's in Cordele. Police say he also hit Denny's there this week.

They believe the same man struck in Perry and Macon, Wednesday, and has hit businesses in Tifton, Valdosta and around north Georgia.

Cordele Police provided more pictures from 54-year-old Antonio Hornsby's criminal activities. 

Claiming to be an air conditioning service/repair man, they say he'd steal employees items when no one is looking, and has hit several different companies in several Georgia cities.

He's around six feet tall and weighs about 220 pounds.

 

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