COBB COUNTY, Ga. - A Cobb County dentist said
he came face-to-face with copper thieves who are costing him business.
"I said you can't be serious. This isn't really happening," said Dr. Jim Pitts.
First, he heard about problems. Then he found thieves had struck his part of the building and then he spotted the thieves in the act.
"I walked about
He ran to his truck and blocked the cab in the driveway.
The cabbie agreed to take the copper to a storage area in the
"I helped the guy unload it. The
Pitts said his own office got hit last week.
He's open again but, several of his professional tenants are closed for now, without water or power for the anesthesia system.
It could be later this week before they reopen.
Police have not announced any arrests.
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