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Surveillance video shows a black man wearing a white shirt and khaki pants Surveillance video shows a black man wearing a white shirt and khaki pants
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ALBANY, GA (WALB) -

Albany Police hope you can help them identify a theft suspect. Surveillance video shows a black man wearing a white shirt and khaki pants.

He used a stolen debit card in multiple locations around Albany. The surveillance video is from the Mobile Depot and Quick Cash Pawn where he apparently used the card to pay a phone bill and buy an X-box game.

"It's always very important for the public to partner with us when we have a little difficulty identifying individuals but we are hoping in that partnership that they want to get someone who's doing this off the street as well as we do," said Phyllis banks of APD.

 If you think you recognize the man, call Albany police at 431-3288 or the anonymous crime stoppers hotline at 436-TIPS.

 

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