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Air conditioner stolen from Augusta home

Sunday, Dec. 11, 2011 9:42 PM
Last updated 9:56 PM
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An air conditioner valued at $2,500 was reportedly stolen from an Augusta rental house.

Gordon H. Courtney of Aiken told Richmond County deputies that someone cut the copper lines to the air conditioner and took it from the property in the 2600 block of Parkway Drive sometime between Nov. 30 and Sunday afternoon, according to a sheriff’s report.

The property is owned by Cooper City Real Estate of Atlanta, the report says.

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seenitB4
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seenitB4 12/12/11 - 08:01 am
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Yikes......heavy

Yikes......heavy load......yikes....they didn't just walk out w/o help..

fastz28girl
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fastz28girl 12/12/11 - 08:07 am
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To seenitB4, they don't need

To seenitB4, they don't need help, they have done this type thing enough they know how to get it and go...too bad homeowners couldn't come up with some type of system charged with electrical currents that would give them a GOOD jolt.

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seenitB4 12/12/11 - 08:28 am
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Hahahfast....yep that would

Hahahfast....yep that would work...also something that would lock their hands to the ac like super glue!!.....I wonder what they would say then...heheh.....duhhh I was just passing by won't get it...

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faithson 12/12/11 - 11:47 am
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fyi... there is a new

fyi... there is a new product called 'the whip' that can be integrated into an existing security system. When the thieves cut the supply lines the drop in pressure sets off the alarm system. An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. Call your local security provider for more info.

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