Dougherty County Police are investigating a burglary where someone smashed a hole in the wall of a convenience store to get in.
It happened at the Grab-N-Go store on the corner of Newton Road and Oakhaven Boulevard.
The owner said the store's burglar alarm sounded around 2:30 a.m. Thursday morning.
Police said the thief smashed a hole in the back wall of the store to get in, and somehow managed to avoid being seen on surveillance video.
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