The woman said she had just pulled into the driveway of her Kachina Trail home to pick up her daughter when a white Ford Ranger pulled into the driveway behind her.
"She stated a black male about 6' tall exited the passenger side of the vehicle, rushed up to her, shoved her, grabbed the laptop bag on her shoulder and yelled 'Let it go.' [The Dacula woman] let go of the bag and ran inside," the officer wrote in the report.
The woman said the man who snatched her bag was wearing black clothing and a black "doo-rag." She was unable to provide a description of the driver of the truck.
The woman's bag contained a laptop computer valued at $750, her daughter's cellphone, her son's green card and social security card, $100 in cash, a checkbook and a passport.
The case is listed as active.
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