Saturday, June 16, 2007
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Gwinnett Daily Post
Man robs Little Caesar's
•SNELLVILLE - Police are looking for a man who robbed a Snellville Little Caesar's Pizza on Wednesday afternoon.
According to a police report, a black man entered the store at 4002 Stone Mountain Highway about noon pointing a gun at the employees while demanding money out of the register.
The manager was ordered to open the register, and the man fled with $21.
The store's manager described the thief as wearing blue jeans, a baggy and panty hose over his head. He thought the man was in his late teens or early twenties.
Woman suspected of stealing money from patient
•LILBURN - A Decatur woman is suspected of stealing more than $17,000 from an Alzheimer's patient she cares for.
According to a police report, the caretaker would take the 89-year-old Lilburn woman to a Lilburn Wachovia bank to withdraw $20 and the woman would then withdraw larger amounts of money.
A employee of the bank at 1028 Killian Hill Road reported the woman's actions and said she took more than $17,000 from the elderly woman.
The Decatur woman is suspected of withdrawing money from her patients account at Snellville banks and other banks in Lilburn.
$2,400 guitar stolen
•LAWRENCEVILLE - The manager of a Lawrenceville guitar store is unsure how a $2,400 guitar was stolen.
The 1969 Gibson Les Paul was discovered missing from the 1455 Pleasant Hill Road store Wednesday, according to a police report.
The manager believe the guitar was taken sometime between June 7 and Wednesday.
- From staff reports