Intruder Leaves Cigarettes, Red Bull
Dacula restaurant owner reports suspicious activity.
A Dacula restaurant owner contacted police after discovering signs that her Auburn Road eatery had been burglarized.
According to the owner of Stone Creek Tavern, the restaurant was in order when she left on the evening of Dec. 15. When she returned to work the next day, she noticed a paper covering on the front door had fallen to the ground.
The owner went inside to check the business and found two partially consumed Red Bull energy drinks on the top of the bar. She also discovered a Marlboro Lite cigarette butt in the ashtray. The owner said the ashtray and bar area were clean when she left the restaurant the previous evening.
The bathroom toilet had also been used and not flushed, the owner said.
There were no signs of forced entry.
Other recent Dacula incidents investigated by Gwinnett County Police include the following:
- On Dec. 16, police responded to a report of theft by taking in the 800 block of Fairmont Park Drive. A black steel mailbox valued at $250 was reported stolen.
- A gun and an xBox 360 were reported missing from a Wolfbane Trail home on Dec. 15. There were no signs of forced entry.
- On Dec. 17, a wanted person was located near the intersection of Harbins Road and Hwy. 316.
- A report of entering auto was made on Dec. 17. The incident occurred on Winder Hwy. near Old Freeman's Mill Road.
- A vehicle was entered on Dec. 17 in the 1800 block of Ridgemill Terrace.
- On Dec. 15, police responded to a report of theft by taking in the 2300 block of Shane Lane.