Crawford appeals his conviction, by a jury, of burglary. The evidence, viewed most favorably toward upholding the jury's verdict, shows that the appellant was apprehended in a vacant house adjacent to a recently burglarized liquor store. Access to the store had apparently been gained via a hole in its exterior wall which had resulted from the forcible removal of several concrete blocks. A crowbar was found approximately eight feet from the damaged wall. The appellant, at the time he was apprehended, was "perspiring real heavy" and had 'a large quantity of white dust on his pants and shirt." A search of the appellant's clothing revealed a crisp one dollar bill and a bus ticket.
At trial, a police officer testified that the white dust observed on the appellant was similar to the concrete dust present on the damaged wall. The owner of the burglarized store testified that a crisp one dollar bill had been stolen from the store. Held:
1. The admission into evidence of the crowbar, together with testimony concerning a hat found in the burgled store, was not objected to by-the appellant in the trial court and therefore presents nothing to this court for decision. Cauley v. State, 137 Ga. App. 814 (224 SE2d 794)
Andrew J. Ryan, III, District Attorney, Joseph D. Newman, Assistant District Attorney, for appellee.