JOHNS CREEK, Ga. — A woman returned home Sept. 27 after leaving for eight hours, only to find that her home had been burglarized and over $14,000 worth of items were missing.
The woman, a resident of Feathersound Court, had been out of the house from 7 a.m.-3 p.m. When she came home, she saw the place had been ransacked.
Police identified an opened kitchen window, above the sink, as the possible point of entry. An air-conditioning unit that had been placed in the window was hanging outside by its electrical cord. The rear sliding glass door was also opened and identified as the possible point of exit.
The woman said that multiple items were missing from her home, including two laptops, various pieces of jewelry, two televisions, alcohol, designer bags, a comforter set, shoes and vacation souvenirs. She gave officers any serial numbers she had for the electronics.
Police could not find any surveillance cameras when they searched the neighborhood. Officers also found a piece of missing fence behind the woman’s house and what appeared to be a trampled trail, but no property was found.