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Some more scattered showers today but drier and more stable air is pushing in from the northeast which should virtually eliminate the chance of showers Saturday and Sunday.  With more sunshine, temperatures will be warmer for afternoon highs by Sunday.

 

 


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Investigators: Someone dumped out remains of a 14-month-old girl buried in an historic cemetery in 1884

ATLANTA (AP) -- Authorities say graves at one of Georgia's oldest cemeteries have been desecrated and they are trying to find whoever removed a child's casket and dumped a soldier's uniform on the ground.

A reward of more than $2,000 is being offered for clues about the desecration at the Old Church Cemetery, which dates to 1758 and is located in the east Georgia countryside.

Leroy Bell Jr., commander of the American Legion post that cares for the cemetery, discovered the damage Saturday. He said a casket containing remains of a 14-month-old girl buried there in 1884 was removed and its contents dumped out.

Burke County sheriff's Sgt. Sean Cochran said clothing buried with a soldier was removed, leaving his bones exposed. Cochran said relic hunting was a possible motive.

 

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