Catalytic Converters, Lottery Tickets Stolen

The following information was supplied by the Johns Creek Police Department.

Catalytic Converter Thefts

On Dec. 26 a catalytic converter was reported removed from a vehicle parked at Whole Foods on State Bridge Road. The victim stated that when she tried to start her vehicle, she heard a loud noise. When she inspected the vehicle she noticed the catalytic converter missing.

On Dec. 27 a catalytic converter was reported removed from a vehicle parked at Emory Johns Creek Hospital. According to the police report, it appears the exhaust pipes were cut on each side of the converter using a saw, as the cuts were straight and clean.

Vehicle Break-In

On Dec. 24 two vehicles parked on Spyglass Bluff Drive were reported broken into. One of the vehicles appeared rummaged through, with the driver's seat cut. A cell phone was stolen from the other.


On Dec. 27 the manager of the BP station on Haynes Bridge Road reported that four packs of lottery tickets, valued at $1,200, were missing from his store.

On Dec. 29 a woman reported that she accidentally left her Samsung cell phone, valued at $500, behind after dining at SmashBurger on Medlock Bridge Road. She said that when she went back to retrieve the phone, it was missing. Police spoke to an employee, who stated that the phone was not there when he cleaned the table.

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