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Police looking for Bradley Cooper look-alike accused of stealing from Home Depot

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Photo of man accused of stealing from a Home Depot in Henry County, Georgia. (Henry County Police Department) HENRY COUNTY, Ga. - A man with an uncanny resemblance to actor Bradley Cooper is wanted for allegedly stealing from a Georgia Home Depot, according to police.The unidentified man is accused of stealing a Bosch Rotary Laser Kit from a Home Depot in McDonough, Georgia.

The item is used for indoor and outdoor leveling and can cost hundreds of dollars, according to Home Depot’s website.RELATED: Howard Stern chooses Bradley Cooper as his potential presidential running mateBradly Cooper attends the 2022 Met Gala celebrating "In America: An Anthology of Fashion" at The Metropolitan Museum of Art on May 02, 2022 in New York City. (Noam Galai/GC Images/Getty Images) On July 28, Henry County Police released a photo of the individual walking casually out of the store with the item on a cart.

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