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REBECCA, GA (WALB) -

Crooks are making hunting a little more difficult at a Ben Hill County hunting club. The Shady Grady hunt club is offering a one thousand dollar reward to help catch thieves who stole thousands of dollars of equipment from their 25-acres of land.      

They took wildlife cameras, deer stands and ground blinds. The hunters just want their property back.

"Well they need to come forward and give the things back that they have stolen from us, we suspect these people hunt in the same area as our club," said Wayne Mcintire, hunter.       

If you have any information that can help investigators, you're asked to call the Ben Hill County Sheriff's office at 426-5161.

 

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