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TV stolen from library

Tuesday, Nov. 15, 2011 12:17 PM
Last updated 7:23 PM
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Richmond County authorities are asking for assistance in the search for two people who stole a television from the Augusta Public Library on Sunday evening.

According to a news release, one person broke the glass of a library door and removed the 60-inch flatscreen from the wall while another person served as a lookout around 11 p.m.

The subjects were possibly occupying a dark four-door sedan after fleeing the scene on foot.

Anyone with information is asked to contact the Richmond County Sheriff’s Office at (706) 821-1020.

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stillamazed
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stillamazed 11/15/11 - 02:53 pm
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This is why good security

This is why good security cameras are needed both in and outside of businesses not those crappy ones that you can't see anything but fuzz. Get good pictures of them and let the public help solve some of these break ins.

AutumnLeaves
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AutumnLeaves 11/15/11 - 03:18 pm
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Which Augusta Public Library?

Which Augusta Public Library? The main one or one of the branches?

AutumnLeaves
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AutumnLeaves 11/15/11 - 03:18 pm
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If it's the main one, they

If it's the main one, they have security cameras everywhere. I hope this was videotaped.

gargoyle
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gargoyle 11/15/11 - 04:20 pm
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Forget cameras! They are only

Forget cameras! They are only good for watching crimes after the fact. This is why we need real live people! Although a big dog is acceptable also.

augusta citizen
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augusta citizen 11/15/11 - 07:09 pm
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Tis the season, crime always

Tis the season, crime always rises with the holiday season. People get more and more brazen everyday.

david jennings
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david jennings 11/15/11 - 11:33 pm
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Autumn, "The" Augusta

Autumn, "The" Augusta library.

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