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CORDELE, GA (WALB) - South Georgia Sheriff's offices continue to work together to uncover stolen items. 

Crisp County located a stolen ATV this week in Macon County.

The property is still showing up after 5 arrests have been made in the multi-county theft ring.

The Crisp County office says working together is the best way to stop these criminals.

"Criminals don't just stay in one county. They jump county to county and networking with other agencies is key to solving these crimes," said Sgt. Ben Bray of the Crisp County Sheriff's Office.

Law enforcement is still asking anyone to report missing property and says this is an open investigation.


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