119 Ga. App. 421 (1969)

167 S.E.2d 225


Court of Appeals of Georgia.

Decided March 18, 1969.

Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

John L. Respess, James R. Venable, for appellant.

Richard Bell, District Attorney, Hardaway Young, III, for appellee.

JORDAN, Presiding Judge.

The sole issue before this court is whether the evidence authorizes a conviction of burglary.

It is undisputed that someone broke into a dwelling and removed a coin collection. A witness observed a Thunderbird automobile in the driveway at the scene of the crime and recorded the license number, which was that of a Thunderbird registered in the name of the accused's wife. This witness positively identified the accused as the driver...

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