Residents looking to enjoy some fresh air and exercise are not the only individuals taking advantage of what local parks have to offer.
The next morning, police were dispatched to the new section of Little Mulberry Park on Hog Mountain Road. According to a construction company employee, a GMC utility vehicle which had been left parked at the site overnight had been broken into at some point between 6 p.m. on June 18 and 7 a.m. on June 19. The front windshield of the vehicle had been smashed with a large rock and several wires pulled out from under the dash. The employee did not think anything had been taken out of the vehicle.
In addition to the car break-ins at Dacula area parks, police are also investigating three June 16 car break-ins at Gary Pirkle Park in Sugar Hill.
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