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TURNER CO., GA (WALB) -

The Turner County Sheriff's Office continues to find stolen items dating back to an arrest made more than seven days earlier.

Tony Sinatra Flagg Jr. was arrested last week after being caught breaking into a neighbor's house.

He was caught after law enforcement put surveillance videos in the house.

Flagg had been doing work on the house. Sheriff Andy Hester says there is a lesson for others.

"I'd just like people for people to be very cautious about who they invite to their house to do yard work and do repairs on their house. They put their self out there whenever they trust people too much. It's sad to say," said Sheriff Hester.

The Sheriff wants anyone who bought items from Flagg to call his office and give them back.

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