Richmond County deputies seeking bracelet thief

Tuesday, Aug 26, 2014 2:05 PM
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Police are seeking a man who took a bracelet from a case at a Washington Road business.

Police are seeking a man who took a bracelet from a case at a Washington Road business.  SPECIAL
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Police are seeking a man who took a bracelet from a case at a Washington Road business.

The unidentified man was seen on surveillance video taking the jewelry from a display case at Trends and Traditions, 2834 Washington Road, on April 14.

Anyone with information is asked to contact Richmond County sheriff’s Deputy Angela Gates at (706) 821-1088 or any investigator at 821-1080.

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flipa1
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flipa1 08/26/14 - 02:24 pm
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No Description??? No video???

No Description??? No video??? If you know who or where this thief may be PLEASE call Deputy Angela Gates at the RCSO, Crime Stoppers at 800-222-TIPS, or TEXT/EMAIL your tips to TIPS@AugustaCrimeStoppers.org. Where you remain anonymous and keep your stuff...

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nocnoc 08/26/14 - 02:51 pm
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OK I'm gonna ask ?

Is the date a typo, (April 14th) because, I also realize it is likely a consignment shop with lots of clients that don't check their booths frequently.

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dichotomy 08/26/14 - 03:54 pm
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Another thieving piece of

Another thieving piece of garbage. He is not a member of the Augusta Commission is he?

Marinerman1
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Marinerman1 08/27/14 - 12:08 pm
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APRIL 14th ??!! It is now

APRIL 14th ??!! It is now August !!

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