A Dacula man said an ex-girlfriend and accomplices broke into his residence and stole items both of them owned when they lived together.
They took a couch, king-sized mattress and laser jet printer, the man told Gwinnett Police on Sunday, May 11. He said a screen was removed and the burglars came through an unlocked window at his Tributary Way address.
According to the incident report, the man said his ex-girlfriend’s lease had run out in April, and later that month, police responded to the location so she could get some personal belongings. He said he hadn’t heard from her since.
But, recently, he said he received a text message from the woman’s husband, asking if the husband and two movers could come to the house on Monday, May 12 to retrieve the rest of her belongings. He said fine.
He said he was out of town during the weekend to attend a graduation, and the ex-girlfriend knew it because he posted his location on Facebook. She also texted him several times asking if he was close to home.
He said he thinks she and accomplices entered the house before he returned home on May 11.
Police are investigating the incident.