The following Dacula, Buford and other northern Gwinnett County criminal incidents were recently investigated by the Gwinnett County Police Department:
MISSING VEHICLE: A 75-year-old Buford man said his car was taken while he was shopping at a Mall of Georgia Boulevard store. The man said he arrived at Ross at 3:30 p.m. on April 11. When he exited the store half an hour later, his car was gone. The man's daughter said when her parents could not find their vehicle, she went to pick them up. She subsequently drove through the parking lot, but could not locate their 2003 Mitsubishi Outlander. There are no suspects or witnesses. The case is listed as active.
BUSINESS BURGLARIZED: Two computer monitors and an iPad were taken during an April 11 burglary at a Buford business. Police were dispatched to the South Lee Street location after an alarm was activated. The first officer at the scene discovered the rear door to the business "had been smashed in by a rock." Two interior doors were also damaged during the incident. The owner indicated the business had been burglarized last year as well. The business did not have a surveillance system.
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