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Burglars target city's fleet headquarters

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THOMASVILLE, GA (WALB) -

Thomasville police are investigating a burglary at the city of Thomasville fleet headquarters.

Officers believe the burglary took place over the weekend, but this isn't the first time the headquarters has been targeted.

Investigators said city trucks have been taken from the property and used to commit other crimes this month.

"The person entered the rear door, went inside and took 3 flat screen TV's as well as some keys to vehicles, key boxes inside the building that was entered," said Lt. Eric Hampton with Thomasville Police. "It's an ongoing investigation and there are no suspects."

Investigators say they don't know yet if these thefts are connected to the prior thefts at the property. If you have any information, call Thomasville police.

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