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Teenaged burglary suspects caught red-handed

Thomasville Police have arrested two teenagers suspected of several burglaries and car break-ins. Thomasville Police have arrested two teenagers suspected of several burglaries and car break-ins.
Major Wade Glover Major Wade Glover
Police have investigated several burglaries and car break-ins since the beginning of this year. Police have investigated several burglaries and car break-ins since the beginning of this year.
THOMASVILLE, GA (WALB) -

Two teen burglary suspects are in custody after Thomasville Police said they caught them red-handed.

Officers found two 16-year-old boys underneath a home Tuesday morning with thousands of dollars worth of stolen property.

Police said the boys are connected to several other home break-ins and entering autos cases since the beginning of the year.

"We have recovered a lot of merchandise and property that we don't know where it came from. And what we have discovered is that several people have had their vehicles and they haven't reported it to us," said Major Wade Glover with the Thomasville Police Department.

If you think Thomasville Police may have recovered property stolen from you, call their Investigation Division at 229-227-3302.

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