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Accused shoplifter now wanted for auto theft

ALBANY, GA (WALB) -

Dougherty County Police are asking for your help to find a man accused of stealing his friend's SUV.     

They took out arrest warrants on 26-year-old Justin Norris for theft by taking motor vehicle. Norris was already wanted for shoplifting in Dougherty County.     

Investigators say he stole Jerry Lowery's 2004 Ford Expedition Sunday night from Lowery's home on Aristides Court.

"He had a friend staying over at his house, which was Justin Norris.  They both went to sleep. When he woke up, his vehicle and Justin Norris were gone," said DCP Lt. Chad Kirkpatrick.  

Police recovered the SUV in the 800 block of North Slappey Monday.    

If you have any information about Norris, call CRIMESTOPPERS at 436-TIPS. You could earn a reward.

 

 

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