The latest entering auto victim at a local workout facility ended up with not one, but two damaged windows.
A Dacula woman parked her car at at approximately 7:25 p.m. on Nov. 14. When she returned to her car an hour later, her front passenger side window had been damaged in what the officer described in the police report as a “first attempt to enter the window.” The second attempt, on the rear passenger side window, was successful.
The thief or thieves stole a Dooney & Bourke purse valued at $300. According to the victim, nothing of value was inside the handbag. The cost to repair the window damage to the victim’s 2004 Lincoln Navigator is estimated to be $400.
The case is listed as active.
Police are also investigating a Nov. 20 entering auto on Fairview Club Circle. According to the victim, someone entered his company vehicle and stole a GPS unit valued at $400. There were no signs of forced entry and the victim was uncertain if the vehicle doors had been locked.
That case is also listed as active.
Other recent incidents investigated by the Gwinnett County Police Department include:
- Entering auto in the 1200 block of Auburn Road.
- Identity fraud in the 2600 block of Harbins Mill Drive.
- Battery in the 900 block of Harbins Road.
- Burglary in the 3500 block of Sardis Church Road.
- Theft by taking in the 1400 block of Cains Road.
- Simple battery in the 2700 block of Maeve Court.
- First-degree forgery in the 700 block of Dacula Road.
- Battery in the 1300 block of Wilkes Crest Court.
- Burglary in the 1800 block of Brooks Pointe Court.
- Battery in the 800 block of Auburn Road.
- Possession of less than one ounce of marijuana in the 1200 block of Auburn Road.
- Criminal trespass near the intersection of Dacula Road and Fence Road.
- Entering auto in the 900 block of Fairview Club Circle.
- Minor in possession of alcohol in the 3700 block of Braselton Highway.
- Criminal damage second degree in the 2900 block of Belfaire Lake Drive.
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