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10K rounds of ammo stolen; lookout issued

(Dougherty Co. Sheriff) (Dougherty Co. Sheriff)
ALBANY, GA (WALB) -

Dougherty County Police have issued an alert for a man they're looking for after 10,000 rounds of ammunition went missing.  

DCP is asking the public to call Crimestoppers at 436-TIPS, if they see or have information on Michael Vann Cutts, who is 28 years old.  

Robert Williams, who is Cutts' step father made a complaint to DCP that he noticed numerous lawn equipment items and tools missing from his Nelms Road property.  

He then noticed that the boxes which held various calibers of ammunition were empty. He figures that his supply of 10,000 rounds is gone, and the empty boxes left stacked on shelves.  

Some of the stolen tools and lawn equipment was recovered from Lee County pawn shops, but Cutts cannot be found.

 

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