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Crimestoppers offering reward for information

The Greater Valley Crimestoppers is offering a $500 reward for any information leading to the capture and conviction of a suspect in the recent Givorns robbery.

Lorraine Brown, president of the group, said the board voted to approve the offer, adding that Mike Givorns would be matching that with another $500.

Readers will remember that early on Nov. 21, two suspects drove a 1999 Dodge Ram into the front of the store and stole an ATM machine. The vehicle severely damaged the buildings glass foyer and extensively damaged the structure, as well as several items located around the entrance. 

Despite the damage, Givorns opened that day and has remained open.

The Givorns family has been in the grocery business for nearly 50 years, building locations in West Point, Ga., and Valley. The Valley store was built in 1989.