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Robbery, burglary suspects on the run

Albany- Nineteen year old Leviticus Clinton turned himself in Thursday, but his accused accomplice 20 year old Carl Jackson is still on the run.

Police say the two took throw-back sports jerseys from Randy Brown at his Rosedale Avenue home in February. Clinton is charged with armed robbery and burglary.

Police are also looking for 52 year old Clevland Lockman. He was identified by another man as the suspect in a string of burglaries to businesses near the Byron Road area.

"He was seen in the Byron Road area. The street committee has advised that he is a homeless male," says Detective Scott Mullen.

Lockman is about six feet tall and 205 pounds. He's being charged with three counts of burglary and one count of theft by receiving.

If you have any information about these men contact the Albany police.

Posted at 6:50 PM by elaine.armstrong@walb.com

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