Police are searching for a man who caused damage at a Thomasville business after a clerk refused to give him cigarettes.
According to a report, the man came into the L&G Food Mart on Old Albany Road Saturday evening and began speaking with the clerk at the register counter, when he pointed to a cigarette display.
After the clerk didn't give the man the cigarettes, he became agitated and pushed two cigarette displays up front, damaging both.
The man then left the store.
Police are now looking for a black male who was wearing a white tank top, camouflage shorts and a green/black snapback hat.
The manager of the store told police that the two displays were valued at $250 and that he wanted to prosecute for the damage to his property.
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