Beauty products

Shoplifters stole $1,100 worth of skincare products; teens hunted for graffiti on tunnel walls

Peachtree City Police would like to find the shoplifters responsible for the theft of over $1,100 in merchandise from Bed Bath and Beyond in the Kedron Village shopping area. It was a flight that took eight minutes to accomplish.

On March 30, an officer was dispatched to Bed Bath and Beyond in reference to a shoplifting report.

The manager said that on March 29 between 3:38 p.m. and 3:46 p.m., a black male subject wearing a blue tracksuit and a black female subject wearing a yellow sweatshirt and jeans entered the store, according to the police report. .

“The two subjects filled shopping carts with 56 skin care products with a total value of $1,142. The male subject left the store with the baskets and drove away in a gray colored Nissan Rogue. The Nissan Rogue had another subject behind the wheel, and the tag was covered with a trash bag,” according to the police report.

The director was informed by loss prevention that the company wished to pursue legal action, the report adds.

In another instance, graffiti has made a comeback in Peachtree City.

On March 31, an officer was dispatched to the tunnel under Bridlepath Lane between Windgate Road and Doubletrace Lane in reference to vandalism.

“The complainant, a passerby, said he saw two young girls on a golf cart spraying graffiti on the walls of the tunnel. The complainant provided us with a golf cart tag number which took us to his residence,” the police report states.

The miners admitted to graffiti and one also admitted to graffiti at the weir, the police report added.

Complaints were filed for the two minors for interference with government property and they were released to their parents.

In a final case, another catalytic converter was removed from a vehicle on the west side of town.

On March 31, an officer responded to a robbery at a business on D Bob Industrial Drive near Huddleston Road.

The victim told the officer his truck was parked where the catalytic converter was removed, according to the police report.