1. Circumstantial evidence, when as a whole it is sufficient to exclude every other reasonable hypothesis save the guilt of the accused, will authorize a conviction of burglary. Summerlin v. State, 109 Ga. App. 91 (135 SE2d 594)
. Where a burglary has been committed and soon thereafter goods from the burglarized premises are found in the possession of one who is unable to account for their possession, it raises a presumption of his guilt, and a verdict of guilty is authorized. Lundy v. State, 71 Ga. 360
The trial court did not err in overruling the defendant's motion for new trial on the general grounds.