Hundreds of dollars worth of personal property was stolen in recent weeks after valuable items were left unsecured in vehicles in the Dacula area.
During the overnight hours of Oct. 27, an HTC cell phone valued at $500 was stolen out of a car parked at a home on Lake Heights Circle in Hamilton Mill. The vehicle, a rental car, had no signs of forced entry and is believed to have been left unlocked.
Nearby in Hamilton Mill, another vehicle was entered at a Ridgemill Circle home between 4 p.m. on Friday, Oct. 26 and 10 a.m. on Sunday, Oct. 28. A GPS unit valued at $150, a wallet, a Leatherman-type utility tool, a driver's license, credit card and debit card were stolen. The vehicle had no signs of forced entry.
On Oct. 30, a Hoschton woman called Gwinnett County Police to report her vehicle had been entered while it was parked at Little Mulberry Park. The woman's purse, wallet and an iPhone valued at $650 were stolen.
All three cases are listed as active.
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