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12 vehicles broken into at ATC Auto Center in Augusta

Tuesday, Sept. 20, 2011 10:24 PM
Last updated 10:29 PM
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Twelve vehicles parked at ATC Auto Center on the 1800 block of Gordon Highway were broken into while the center was closed over the weekend.



Chris Weeks, of ATC, said he noticed the vehicles’ doors were slightly ajar when he came to work Monday morning. When he took a closer look, he noticed papers scattered from compartments in the vehicles, according to an incident report filed at the Richmond County Sheriff’s Office.

It cannot be determined what items were taken cannot until the owners of each vehicle have been contacted. The incident is under investigation.

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madgerman
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madgerman 09/22/11 - 06:54 am
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Who ever did this should have
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Who ever did this should have no worry about being harrased by the police. The courts will assure that the business has the burden of proof that a crime was commited and we taxpayers will fund the defense of the crooks. Oops I didn;t mean to say crooks, I could be sued by the P.C. police for using the wrong terminology in their description, so I will just call them independent contractors.

Riverman1
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Riverman1 09/22/11 - 07:25 am
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If you have a business and

If you have a business and you don't want to be burglarized pay the Sheriff's Dept. for "specials" to protect you. If not....

fatboyhog
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fatboyhog 09/22/11 - 06:41 pm
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This wasn't a burglary.

This wasn't a burglary.

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