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ALBANY, GA (WALB) -

Albany Police are investigating the theft of hundreds of dollars of scrap metal from the Goodwill Industries store in Albany.     

Employees at the store on North Slappey Boulevard found a metal storage trailer open and empty Sunday morning.     

Goodwill officials say they recycle the scrap metal from donations.     

The value of the metal was estimated at $500.      

They say they're working on ways to prevent future thefts.

 

 

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