PURSE SNATCHED: A 71-year-old Sugar Hill woman was placing groceries inside her vehicle at the Publix on Cumming Highway on the evening of April 4 when a tan sport utility vehicle struck her shopping cart. According to the woman, a male inside the SUV then reached out and grabbed her purse before rapidly driving away and turning onto Suwanee Dam Road. One witness to the incident said the suspect vehicle had a white decal on the back of the truck which had the name of a mechanic shop. The witness said the decal had an image of two wrenches in a crossed position similar to that of the crossed bones in the skull and crossed bones symbol. A Publix manager informed police the store does not have surveillance cameras in the parking lot.
PUBLIC INDECENCY: A manager at a Buford Drive bank contacted Gwinnett County Police on April 3 after witnessing a man urinating on the bank. According to the manager, the man attempted to enter the bank after it was closed. Once realizing the doors were locked, the male reportedly urinated on the pillars outside the main front door. When confronted by bank staff, the man allegedly laughed before driving away in a white passenger vehicle. The branch manager indicated she would attempt to obtain video footage from the bank's information technology department.
SUSPICIOUS INCIDENT: A Hamilton Mill resident called authorities after hearing what she believed to be someone walking around in her basement. The woman said her dog, which she keeps inside, began "going crazy as if it knew something was wrong.
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