A resident of Brentwood Place subdivision returned home on May 27 to find some of his personal belongings strewn about his Milford Place home and his car missing.
The victim, a self-described “neat freak,” told police he believed the intruders had gained access to the house through a small, unlocked window. In his report, the office noted that while it was possible that a person may have been able to fit through the window, the items on the table immediately below the window did not appear to have been disturbed.
In the incident report, the officer wrote, “[The victim] began walking around the home frantically, listing off several items he noticed were missing.” These items included a brief case with a “silver .22 caliber weapon” of which the victim was unable to provide the make, model or serial number. The victim also reported his 1999 Toyota Land Cruiser, surround sound stereo system, clothing, a Rolex watch, a Breitling watch, several bottles of water that had been stored in the refrigerator and a coffee pot as stolen.
While speaking with the officer, the victim mentioned he was glad he had purchased renter’s insurance two weeks prior since he had never carried renter’s insurance previously.
The case is listed as active.
Other recent incidents investigated by the Gwinnett County Police Department include:
- Battery in the 2300 block of Harbin Oaks Drive.
- Entering auto in the 1700 block of Winder Highway.
- Battery in the 2600 block of Links Overlook Drive.
- Entering auto in the 1200 block of Auburn Road.
- Identity fraud in the 2000 block of Southern Walk Terrace.
- Theft by taking in the 2100 block of Hamilton Mill Parkway.
- Entering auto in the 2100 block of Hamilton Creek Parkway.
- Theft by taking in the 2900 block of Old Fountain Road.
- Theft by receiving in the 3700 block of Fence Road.
- Burglary in the 2600 block of Track Way.
- Vandalism in the 1200 block of Ivey Pointe Drive.
- Identity fraud in the 500 block of Alcovy Woods Drive.
- Burglary in the 2200 block of Shane Lane.
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