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Investigators searching for pawn shop thief

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Source: Richmond County Sheriff's Office Source: Richmond County Sheriff's Office
AUGUSTA, GA (WFXG) -

The Richmond County Sheriff's Office needs your help in finding a suspected pawn shop thief.

Investigators say that on Tuesday, just after 3pm, a man entered the Miller Pawn Shop on the 2800 block of Deans Bridge Road.

While in the pawn shop, the man removed a Toshiba netbook from the counter, and hid it in his jacket, before leaving the store without paying.

RCSO is requesting your help in identifying the man. You're asked to contact the Criminal Investigative Division at 706-821-1020 or Inv. Terry Gore at 706-821-1025.

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