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CPD searching for suspects who stole $12K+ worth of items at an Autism Learning Center

Columbus police are searching for burglary suspects (Source: Columbus police) Columbus police are searching for burglary suspects (Source: Columbus police)

COLUMBUS GA (WTVM) – Columbus police are investigating a burglary at an Autism Learning Center located on Veterans Parkway.

Police are searching for two individuals who are wanted for questioning in connection with a business burglary.

CPD says that an individual was hired to do work at the business and he was given a key to work after hours.

On May 26 and May 28, he showed up with two unknown people and video surveillance shows two men taking items from drawers and removing electronics. Police say only one of the three people could be identified.

The suspect stole more an ipad, ipad cases, laptops, safety harness, razor, etc. The total value of stolen property totaled more than $12,000.

The first suspect is described as a male around 20 to 30 years old, around 5’06” – 5’08,” 180 pounds, tattoos his left hand and arm, a neck tattoo, wearing an ankle monitor. Police say his name could possibly be Darrell Hall.

The second suspect is a female around 30 – 40 years old, around 5’06,” between 180 – 190 pounds.

If you have any information about this crime please contact CPD at (706) 225 – 4314. 

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