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Surveillance shows two unidentified burglars

MOULTRIE, GA (WALB) -

A weekend burglary is caught on camera at a Moultrie Restaurant. Police have released new surveillance footage hoping someone maybe able to identify the thieves.

The video shows the drive thru window crashing to the ground, before two men climb inside the Captain D's around midnight Saturday.

They then go straight back to the restaurant office, where more video captures the men scrambling to grab one of two safes, used to store cash.

"They open one safe with paperwork inside. They don't take anything," Investigator David Jones said. "They just leave the door to the safe laying there. They then pick up the other safe and they're out the front door."

Then one of two suspects is then seen walking to the front door, the other following not far behind with the safe in hand. They end up getting away with around $1,100.

Police now just looking to identify the two men and locate what was taken.

"If anybody knows anything, if anybody sees a safe that doesn't belong to them, we sure would like to get our hands on the safe," said Jones.

If you do have anything that could help investigators, Moultrie Police want you to give them a call at 229-890-5500.

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