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South Albany burglary victim wants his "Cadillac Bike" back

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ALBANY, GA (WALB) -

 A South Albany car wash owner is asking crooks to return his beloved bicycle. 

Thursday morning  Alonzo Merritt found the side window of his business shattered and protective wires pried back.  
Merritt says it's the fourth time this year that crooks have broken into Al's Prestige Car Care in the 200 block of South Monroe Street.

He is most upset that his Cadillac Bicycle is gone.
He believes kids stole the bike,and he wants parents to make them give it back.

Merritt said "Let's be real.  And let's get it back to the community.  That ain't right.  Let's get it back to the community. That ain't right. Let's help each other.  Bring me my stuff.  I want my Cadillac Bicycle.  I love it.  I'm like a little kid about my bicycles."

The business had no electricity today because the latest burglars stole his power meter.
Merritt says if someone drops off his missing bike, he'll take it with no questions asked and no charges filed.

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