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DCP wants to talk to this man

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Source: Dougherty Co. Police Department Source: Dougherty Co. Police Department
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ALBANY, GA (WALB) -

The Dougherty Co. Police Department is investigating several thefts from the Barlow farm on Gravel Hill Road in Dougherty County, and provided a picture of a person of interest in the case.

The owners of the property noticed equipment like compressors, mowers, and plow wheels missing starting on October 9th, and soon placed surveillance cameras in the area.

The value of that property was about $2,000.

On October 26th, the camera caught the image of a man seen here, and a 6' rotary mower was taken that day.

"We tell victims to enhance security on their property.  And he actually listened to us. He put some trail cameras and on the second theft he was able to capture the pictures of the suspect on the second incident," said DCP Sgt. Chad Kirkpatrick.

And an older Ford pick up driving in and out of the property several times during another theft.

Detectives with the Dougherty Co. Police Department ask that anyone who can help them identify the man in the picture call them at 430-6600, or Crimestoppers at 436-TIPS, and be eligible for a reward.

 

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