Moultrie Observer

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August 6, 2013

Thieves captured on video

MOULTRIE — A former employee at a local auto parts business learned the hard way that the company’s cameras were in working order when he was picked up in connection with a Sunday night burglary.

Cameron Klar, 29, who had been employeed with Cox Auto Parts, was arrested on Monday, and Johnathan Adams, and Emmitt Corbin Jr.,  both 26, were taken into custody on Tuesday.

The three men were captured on video inside the business, Colquitt County Sheriff’s Inv. John Giddens said Tuesday.

“Store personnel identified the employee,” he said. “He (Klar) said ‘I guess the cameras work.’

“They broke in, went into the shop area and stole some engine parts,” said Giddens.

As of Tuesday afternoon the agency did not know whether any of the stolen property had been sold before the three were arrested.

“We’re trying to recover it, but so far we haven’t,” Giddens said.

Klar, Adams and Corbin were each charged with burglary.


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