Burglars rob Church's Chicken safe

Tuesday, Nov. 1, 2011 11:35 AM
Last updated 3:33 PM
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Authorities are searching for the person responsible for stealing $1,300 from Church’s Chicken on Milledgeville Road.

According to an incident report, the general manager arrived at the restaurant at 2319 Milledgeville Road shortly before 8 a.m. Monday to find the drive-thru window had been shattered and the safe had been opened.

A deputy observed pry marks on the safe door.

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Riverman1
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Riverman1 11/01/11 - 02:48 pm
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For a minute there, I thought

For a minute there, I thought some church was keeping chickens in a safe and they had been stolen.

trwillis
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trwillis 11/01/11 - 03:08 pm
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another waste of money on the

another waste of money on the burglar alarm-i hear just cutting the phone lines disables the alarms.

kiwiinamerica
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kiwiinamerica 11/01/11 - 04:42 pm
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Me too,
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Me too, Riverman.................ROFL!!

I thought to myself......."well there goes their Fall fundraising dinner!"

Crime Reports and Rewards TV
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Crime Reports and Rewards TV 11/01/11 - 06:28 pm
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A fingerprint kit would work

A fingerprint kit would work wonders on this. Investigators are so buried under cases you should do them yourself if no one else does. Comes in handy for other things too:o)

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