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Published on July 20th, 2016 |

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$23,000 in cameras stolen in smash-and-grab at Buckhead Wolf Camera store

Suspects in a stolen Dodge truck crashed into the Buckhead Wolf Camera store on Piedmont Road and stole more than $23,000 in cameras in a classic smash-and-grab operation, according to an Atlanta Police report.

A Zone 2 APD officer responded to a call of an audible alarm at the store at about 3 a.m. on Monday, July 18. The officer saw a white Dodge truck that had been backed into the store front window. The truck had already been reported stolen.

The suspects damaged several showcases that displayed Nikon and Canon cameras. The store manager estimated that $23,000 worth of cameras had been stolen.

Fingerprints were recovered from the driver and passenger side of the truck.

The store did not have a security camera that could have captured the event, according to the police report.

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    One Response to $23,000 in cameras stolen in smash-and-grab at Buckhead Wolf Camera store

    1. Sherry GAYNES says:

      Did the police access their cameras?
      How much crime need their be before ATLANTA steps up its police and scurity?

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