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Thursday, 18 November 2010

November 18--  The Toombs County Sheriff's Office reports a rash of copper thefts on farms in the county.

Chief Deputy Barry Brown says thieves are taking copper wiring attached to irrigation pivots.  With copper approaching $3 dollars a pound, he says its attracting attention from thieves and causing farmers a lot of expense.

Brown also says the state fire marshall is assisting with an investigation of two suspicious fires last week near Cedar Crossing.  Two vacant mobile homes on the farm of Johnny Beasley were destroyed.

 
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