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Thieves take 8 TV's from Thomasville homes

THOMASVILLE, GA (WALB) -

The Thomasville Police Department are looking for thieves who stole multiple TV's and other electronics from two homes over the weekend.

It happened in the 100 block of Tuxedo Drive and the 1500 block of Bluebird Avenue. Police say the thieves took eight televisions, some jewelry and other electronics from the homes. 

Police aren't sure how the thieves broke into the home on Tuxedo drive. Thieves got in through the rear door at the home on Bluebird Avenue. Authorities aren't sure if the two are connected.

"It's hard to say if they are connected,” said Lt. Eric Hampton. “It is kind of strange that you have two burglaries and TV's are taken. Multiple TV's are taken out of two different residents so we don't really know exactly if these two cases are connected or not."

Thomasville police hope neighbors and witnesses will come forward with any information regarding the burglaries. If you know anything, call their department at 229-227-3302.

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