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'Fashion' burglars caught on surveillance video

Jenny's Fashion owner Tammy Hill Jenny's Fashion owner Tammy Hill
ALBANY, GA (WALB) -

The owner of an Albany clothing store has released surveillance video of a recent burglary of her business, hoping someone will be able to identify the thieves.

Video shows a man breaking the front window of Jenny's Fashion on Haley Street just hours after Christmas.

For nearly an hour, from 3 to almost 4 a.m. on December 26th, a man worked to try to get into the store, but could not break through the burglar bars.

A second man served as a lookout across the street.  They could not get in, but managed to grab about $300 worth of dresses and jackets through the bars and take them.

Owner Tammy Hill said someone must have seen them, but no one called police.

"When we were watching the video, two ladies passed by while this was going on," said Hill. "The two guys trying to break in were talking to them. They just kept going. Nobody did anything about it."

Hill said someone tried to break into the store again this morning, but could not get in again.  She is sure someone will recognize these two men from the surveillance video, and asks you to identify them.

If you have information call CrimeSTOPPERS at 436-TIPS. You can stay anonymous and earn a reward.

 

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