CAR DAMAGED AT TENNIS COURTS: A Dacula man's vehicle was damaged during an April 6 car break-in at the Hamilton Mill swim and tennis center located on Hamilton Mill Parkway near Braselton Highway. The officer noted damage to the driver's door where someone had attempted to pop the lock. The rear passenger window had also been smashed. A backpack containing the Dacula man's work and personal documents along with several other items was reported stolen. The man said the incident occurred sometime between 1 p.m. and 2:45 p.m.
TOOLS STOLEN: A Dacula man arrived at work on April 2 and discovered several tools had been taken from a shed located on the property of the Ewing Chapel Road plant farm. The man reviewed the surveillance footage, but could find nothing showing a suspect. Two drills, a mask and sprayer were listed as missing.
LOST PHONE: A Buford woman believes she dropped her iPhone 5 while visiting the Buford Drive Red Lobster on March 30. Upon realizing the phone was missing, she used the iPhone locator which indicated the phone was at a Suwanee address. The woman was not familiar with either location and said no one had contacted her to advise they had recovered the phone. The case is listed as active.
APARTMENT BURGLARIZED: A Buford man returned home from church on March 29 to find the front door of his Mall of Georgia Boulevard apartment slightly ajar. Upon entering the apartment, the man immediately noticed several items missing including a laptop, television and cash. Police interviewed tenants in nearby apartments, none of whom reported seeing or hearing anything suspicious.
TIRES REMOVED: A Buford business owner left her vehicle parked behind her Financial Center Way business overnight on April 1 and returned the next day to find the tires had been removed and a window damaged from where someone had attempted to throw a large pot through the glass. Another window on the vehicle had been smashed and the battery had been removed from the vehicle. The woman said nothing of value was in the vehicle at the time of the incident. The woman did not know who had damaged her vehicle, but said her employees know the vehicle often remains parked behind the business overnight.
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