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A $10,000 reward is offered after looters set fire to Pacecar Express at 2243 Shurling Drive in east Macon early in the morning on Sept. 13, 2017. The store, which recently reopened, lost power during Tropical Storm Irma. Liz Fabian The Telegraph

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