Neighboring businesses struck

Monday, July 20, 2009 5:49 AM
Last updated 6:26 AM
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Three adjacent businesses on Wrightsboro Road were the targets of burglaries Sunday.

According to Richmond County sheriff’s reports, the Finish Life Café, C&A’s Barber Shop and Nu Creations Hair Salon were broken into sometime between 3:15 and 6 a.m. Officers discovered the burglaries after finding a cash register stolen from the Finish Line Café in the middle of Wrightsboro Road.

The thieves entered the businesses by smashing the glass doors.

In addition to the cash register, worth $100, two televisions valued at $600 and $700 were stolen from the Finish Line Café. A TV worth $700 was stolen from C&A’s Barber Shop. Officers also believe two TVs might have been stolen from Nu Creations Hair Salon but were unable to reach the owner.

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mad_max
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mad_max 07/20/09 - 08:57 am
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Okay, here is a group of

Okay, here is a group of thieving scumbags that need to be shot if you catch them in action. They are just low life scumbag thieves and you will be making society a safer place if you put them down. Today's thief is tomorrow's murderer. Nobody will miss them.

missaugusta07
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missaugusta07 07/20/09 - 10:42 am
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If you steal you will

If you steal you will kill,these are the next murderers in Augusta,I'm from Augusta and I'm considering moving away,I can't move away from crime but this is crazy.GET A JOB PEOPLE.THERE IS GRASS TO BE CUT GO TO SCHOOL,DO SOMETHING BESIDE KILL AND STEAL! PEOPLE ARE SHOOTING BACK THESE DAYS AND THERE ARE LAWS TO PROTECT US.

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