CAR BREAK-IN CAUGHT ON SECURITY CAMERA: A Dacula man said his vehicle was broken into on March 21 while he was away from his Jim Moore Road home to attend a funeral. The man said several family members had parked their cars in his driveway and his truck was parked at a neighbor's house. The neighbor, who has a security camera, reviewed footage from the time of the incident and observed a male pull up behind the Dacula man's truck and enter the vehicle through the rear sliding window. In the report, the officer noted the suspect vehicle appeared to be a black or dark blue vehicle, possibly a Volvo station wagon or a Honda CRV.
SMASHED DOOR: Gwinnett County Police investigating an early morning alarm call on March 28 at Verizon Wireless on Buford Drive found a smashed glass door, but no signs of entry. The officer noticed two cameras on the outside of the building. A store manager reportedly advised requests for the video would have to be made through the corporate office.
SLASHED TIRES: A Flowery Branch woman called police on March 29 after finding her car tires had been slashed while she was inside the Mall of Georgia. According to the report, the woman believes her ex-husband may be responsible for the incident. The woman reportedly advised police her ex-husband called her twice while she was inside the mall and had slashed her tires four days prior. Mall security indicated they would review surveillance footage of the parking lot in an effort to see if the incident was captured by cameras.