VALDOSTA, Georgia (AP) - Valdosta police are hunting for a convenience store burglar who may be prone to nicotine fits.
Sources report someone used a brick to smash into a Gas N' Go store at about 3 a.m. Thursday and swiped 30 cartons of cigarettes.
Police say it appears the burglar go into the store after breaking a window.
The break-in triggered the store's burglar alarm, police say, but the culprit got away with his stolen smokes before officers arrived.
Thirty cartons would last even a heavy smoker for quite a while. At ten packs a carton, the thief would have made off with a total of 6,000 cigarettes.