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Police Blotter (Feb. 21 - Feb. 28)

This blotter is a collected from the daily crime reports posted online and crime news releases from the Dunwoody Police Department.

Car break-ins

  • On Tuesday, a laptop computer valued at $800 was taken from a vehicle at the 4700 block of Ashford Dunwoody Road.
  • On Tuesday, school books, a calculator, a bag, a daily planner and a Florida driver’s license was stolen from a vehicle on the 4400 block of Ashford Dunwoody Road. Two credit cards were also stolen.

Burglary

  • A forced-entry burglary was reported last Tuesday on the 4500 block of Devonshire Road. Dunwoody Police reported stolen blank checks, two passports, and an Israeli coin.
  • A forced entry burglary was reported last Tuesday on the 1400 block of Kings Down Circle.  Various DVDs were reported missing.
  • A forced-entry burglary was reported Thursday on the 2000 block of Asbury Square.  The door was damaged in the break in.
  • A forced-entry burglary was reported Thursday at the 2000 block of Asbury Square. Stolen was clothes, jewelry, electronics, a flat-screen television and other items valued at more than $7,000.
  • A forced-entry burglary was reported Thursday at the 2200 block of Asbury Square. The front door was forced open and more than $5,000 worth of jewelry, a television set and cash were taken.
  • A forced-entry burglary to a business was reported Saturday. The burglary occurred on the 4300 block of Ashford Dunwoody Road.

Shoplifting

  • A larceny was reported Thursday in the 4300 block of Ashford Dunwoody Road. Cologne, computer hardware and a backpack with a value of more than $500 was reported stolen.
  • A larceny was reported Thursday in the 4500 block of Ashford Dunwoody Road. Jewelry valued at $820 was reported stolen.
  • Damaging business property was reported Saturday on the 4500 block of Ashford Dunwoody Road.
  • A larceny from a building was reported Monday at 100 Perimeter Center.

Stolen Vehicle

  • A stolen vehicle was identified and impounded Wednesday. Dunwoody Police stopped a beige Acura with a broken taillight that was valued at $1,300 on the 6500 block of Peachtree Industrial Boulevard.

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