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Mystery camera man sought

ALBANY, GA (WALB) - Albany police are still trying to find out who shot a viral video that landed a brother and sister in jail on child cruelty charges. 26-year-old Contralus Brown and 22-year-old Kasheika Thomas say they staged this fight as a joke.

But the video, Posted on facebook, Shows Brown knocking Thomas's 17-month-old son to the ground.

Police are asking for tips from people who may know who shot the video. The District Attorney's office is waiting on more information before getting involved. 

"Well in this case what we would be waiting on for the persons who have already been charged will be the follow up investigative reporting and any evidence that has been gathered by the law enforcement agency relative to this case" said Dougherty D. A. Greg Edwards.

Brown and Thomas remain in the Dougherty County Jail without bond. The child is now being cared for by his grandmother.

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