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Alamance County Sheriff’s Office officials say they identified the suspect in the previously unsolved 1979 kidnapping, sexual assault and murder of Tammy Sue Aldridge, but the man they say was responsible is already dead.

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Following a call for the public’s help investigating vehicle break-ins, the Graham Police Department has issued more information about an increase in car break-ins and thefts since Feb. 7.

Investigators may have identified someone as a suspect in an unsolved 1979 sexual assault and killing, and they are renewing a call for the public’s help in a second unsolved case involving a woman who disappeared in 1999, officials said.

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BURLINGTON — A man has been accused of setting a fire Tuesday afternoon at the front door of the house he shared with other people in a neighborhood just south of downtown Burlington.

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MCLEANSVILLE — One of the two men who were injured in an exchange of gunfire at a house in rural eastern Guilford County last week has been arrested, the Guilford County Sheriff’s Office said.

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ELON — Three Guilford County were arrested this week after a search found more than 30 pounds of marijuana and several handguns, the Alamance County Narcotics Enforcement Team said.

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MCLEANSVILLE — Two men were injured in an exchange of gunfire at a house in rural eastern Guilford County on Monday afternoon, the Guilford County Sheriff’s Office said.

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GRAHAM — One of two teenagers in a stolen car was arrested after a brief chase by police that ended with the car wrecking Monday night, and the second was still being sought Tuesday, the Graham Police Department reported.

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BURLINGTON — An employee of a fast-food restaurant is accused of skimming a customer’s debit card to put money into his own account, and police say they suspect this was not the only time he did it.

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GIBSONVILLE — A man who reportedly displayed a shotgun to someone who had come to try to help him was found to be a convicted felon who should have possession of any firearms, the Alamance County Sheriff’s Office said.