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Lee Co. investigators recover expensive stolen items

LEESBURG, GA (WALB) -

Lee County Sheriff's investigators are working to get a bunch of stolen property back in the hands of the rightful owners.

They recovered guns, electronics, cameras, and other items stolen in three burglaries in the last week in Lee Village Apartments. Investigators also confiscated pills and marijuana when they raided the nearby home of one of the suspects Monday night.

Sheriff Reggie Rachals said, "We're very proud that we were able to clear these three burglaries up. I wish we were lucky on clearing a lot more of them like this for victims that's victimized."

17 year-old Sederian Spurling is charged with three counts of burglary as well as drug and gun charges. 18 year-old Diamond Pizarro is charged with burglary and theft by deception.

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