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WANTED: Police search for two men who stole lottery tickets

Lottery thief, Columbia County; Source: WFXG Lottery thief, Columbia County; Source: WFXG
Lottery thief, Columbia County; Source: WFXG Lottery thief, Columbia County; Source: WFXG
Lottery thief, Columbia County; Source: WFXG Lottery thief, Columbia County; Source: WFXG
Lottery thief, Columbia County; Source: WFXG Lottery thief, Columbia County; Source: WFXG
COLUMBIA COUNTY, GA (WFXG) -

The Columbia County Sheriff's Office is searching for two men wanted for stealing lottery tickets. 

The incident happened at the Sprint Foods store on South Belair Rd. in Martinez on August 7th. At about 1:15 a.m., the two black males entered the store and approached the counter. When the clerk turns away from the counter, one of the suspects reached and took several lottery tickets. 

If you can identify either of these two suspects, please call the Columbia County Sheriff's Office at 706-541-2800.

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