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ALBANY, GA - (WALB) -

Law enforcers continue to follow up on tips you called into our CRIME STOPPERS Street Sweep Monday night.

We got tips on 20 of our 25 most wanted fugitives.

Four have been located.

Michael Parr was arrested in Lee County.

Investigators found out three others were already locked up.

They say the community support makes communities safer.

Dougherty County Police Detective Don Eubanks said "So the thieves don't steal anymore and so the people hurting people don't hurt anymore folks. That's the big thing."

CRIME STOPPERS also got tips from viewers on five other fugitives who were not on our list. 

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