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ALBANY, GA (WALB) -

WALB has just received word that one of CrimeSTOPPERS most wanted has turned himself in to authorities.

David Leon Bradley turned himself in Friday morning to Police. He was wanted for theft by deception.

Bradley turned himself in less than 24 hours after he was listed as one of WALB's top 25 fugitives and featured on Thursday night's CrimeSTOPPERS Street Sweep.

The goal of the WALB CrimeSTOPPERS Street Sweep is to get some of South Georgia's Most Wanted criminals off the streets.

Anyone with information on the Top 25 Most Wanted is urged to call CRIME STOPPERS at 436-TIPS. Any tip that leads to an arrest will still earn a reward.

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