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TY TY, GA (WALB) -

Burglars stole irreplaceable items from a Worth County woman's home. Her son is offering a big reward to get them back.      

Last Thursday afternoon, crooks kicked in the back door to this home on Highway 82.     

They stole a television, silver coins, and jewelry including antique jewelry dating back to the 1800s that belonged to the victim's mother and grandmother.     

Michael Webb is offering a reward to help catch the thieves, but he'll also give that money to the crooks themselves.  

"If they would return it that will be wonderful, I would pay them up to $2,000 to return it, I think that would be fair, because these items are irreplaceable more sentimental value than anything," said Michael Webb, victims son.     

The stolen items are worth about $25,000. If you know anything about the crime, you're asked to call the Worth County sheriff's office at 229-776-8211.

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