The following Dacula, Buford and other northern Gwinnett County criminal incidents were recently investigated by the Gwinnett County Police Department:
items missing. The man also noticed a pry mark on his bedroom door, which he keeps locked. The tv, according to the incident report, had been locked in the Dacula man's bedroom, the grill had been stored on the back deck. The man was unable to provide police with the actual name of his roommate, only a nickname. He was, however, able to provide the name and address of the mother of the roommate's child. The flat screen television had an estimated value of $1,500. The grill was valued at $150.
RESIDENCE BURGLARIZED: A Buford man returned home to his Appaloosa Mill Court residence on April 24 and found the back door of the home had been kicked in and several items -- including a computer, iPad and XBox One -- taken. A flat screen television was removed from the wall before being dropped and shattered on the floor. The total estimated value of the stolen items was $4,200. The damaged television had an estimated value of $900. There are no known witnesses to the burglary. The officer noted there have been several thefts near the incident location.
IPAD, LUNCH BOX STOLEN: A Buford man contacted police after two items were taken out of his unlocked vehicle during an April 24 visit to Dacula Park. The man said he and his family arrived at the park at 5:25 p.m. When he returned to the vehicle two hours later, he realized someone had entered the unlocked vehicle and taken his lunch box and iPad3. No damage was done to the vehicle and there are no known witnesses.
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