LEE COUNTY, Ga. — Authorities released photos Thursday of teens accused of setting off fireworks inside a Walmart.
Lee County Sheriff officials said on Monday at 5:01 p.m., five teens were seen entering a Walmart on Ledo Road.
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When the suspects entered the store, officials said they took fireworks from the shelves and lit them inside, causing several thousands of dollars in damages.
A Walmart employee told WALB that a few lit fireworks went airborne in the store.
One customer told WALB that officials had to evacuate the store due to all the smoke.
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The teens were seen in two different vehicles, which officials believe are an older model tan Toyota Camry and a newer model black Toyota Camry.
Anyone with information regarding this incident is asked to contact the Lee County Sheriff’s Office at 229-759-6012.
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