Gwinnett County Police are investigating an entering auto case involving the theft of a computer and two firearms.
The victim, a Lawrenceville man, called police on Oct. 2 after realizing his work computer was missing out of his 2007 Chevrolet Avalanche. After checking the rest of vehicle, the victim discovered two handguns had also been stolen.
The victim advised police that he had visited two locations on the day of the theft: and the Bucket Shop Café in Buckhead. The investigating officer noted in the report that the theft is believed to have occurred at Gold’s Gym “due to frequent entering auto incidents at the location.”
According to the victim, the door appeared to have been pried open.
One of the stolen firearms is a .45 caliber Glock 36 with a 4-inch barrel. The thief or thieves took the gun, two loaded six-round magazines and a black nylon paddle holster. The other handgun, Ruger LCP .380 caliber with a 2-inch barrel, was holstered in a black leather back pocket holster and had a loaded six-round magazine with it. The total value of both weapons and the holsters was estimated at just over $1,000.
The work computer, an HP DV9, has an estimated value of $2,500.
The case is listed as active.