Bibb County Sheriff’s Investigators are asking for the public’s assistance in helping identify three suspects involved in several burglary incidents that took place in the early morning hours, Tuesday morning.

It was reported that three male suspects, wearing mostly black clothing, entered several businesses between 4:44a.m., and 5:30a.m., Tuesday morning. The suspects used a pry bar to gain entry into the businesses.

The suspects burglarized the Family Food gas station, located at 4933 Sardis Church Road at around 4:44a.m. The suspects stole an undisclosed amount of case and approximately 40 plus cartons of cigarettes. The suspects fled the area and then began to burglarize several businesses, located on Mercer University Drive.

The suspects entered the Food Mart, located at 3737 Mercer University Drive. They attempted to break into the stores safe, but were unsuccessful. According to the store’s owner, nothing was missing.

Tom’s Food Mart, located at 4381 Mercer University Drive was entered and the suspects attempted to break into the store’s ATM machine and gambling machines. Nothing was taken, according to the store’s management.

The Raceway, located at 5127 Mercer University Drive was entered at around 5:20a.m. The suspects stole cash registers and an undisclosed amount of cash.

N Salon & Nail was also burglarized. Entry was made into the business, but it is unknown at this time if anything was taken.

Investigators reviewed surveillance videos from several of the stores and were able to clarify that the same suspects were seen entering all of the businesses above.

The suspects were described as slender black males, wearing black clothing. Two of the suspects had dreadlock hairstyles. The suspects were seen in a dark colored, late model Hyundai Tucson, with a “drive-out” tag.

  • Photographs of the suspects and the suspect vehicle are attached to this media release.

Anyone with information in reference to these incidents are urged to contact Investigators at the Bibb County Sheriff’s Office at 478-751-7500 or Macon Regional Crime Stoppers at 1-877-68CRIME.