Dougherty County Police are trying to figure out who owns a stolen go-cart and bicycle they recovered.
Police got a tip and checked out 18-year old Montravis McMillian Wednesday morning at the intersection of Old Dawson Road and Old Ivy Lane.
He was painting this golf cart and had a bike, but he could not explain where he got them.
He was charged with two counts of theft.
So far no one has reported the items stolen.
Lt. Chad Kirkpatrick said "Right now we don't know who owns these items. So if these look familiar to anyone, if they would call us. We'll see about getting them to the rightful owner."
The go-kart has a five horsepower Honda motor.
The bike is a Next ladies bike.
If you know who they belong to, call Dougherty County Police at 430-6600.
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