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COLUMBUS, GA (WTVM) -

Columbus police were dispatched to 1417 Clark Avenue at approximately 8:15 p.m. on Wednesday June 12 in reference to a stolen item from a vehicle.

The victim, Jerry Starks, stated that he had parked in the driveway of his residence for approximately 4 minutes. Starks stated that when he walked back outside he saw an individual under the alias of "Daddy-O" running away from his residence wearing a white tank top with short black and gold twist in his hair.

Starks stated that "Daddy-O" is approximately 20 to 25 years old and is 6 feet tall with a slender build.

Starks said he walked to his vehicle and noticed that his single din 7-inch flip out DVD/CD player valued at $120 had been stolen from his vehicle. Starks said he does not know where "Daddy-O" lives nor does he know his real name.

Starks said that his doors were unlocked and his windows were down during the brief time he was inside his home.

Police dusted the outside of the driver's door and the dash surrounding the DVD player mount, but they were unable to find any fingerprints of value.

There are no witnesses available at this time. This case continues to be under investigation by the Columbus Police Department.

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