Burglars steal $3K from pizza shop in Forsyth Co.

September 17, 2013

CUMMING, Ga. ó Two men broke into a Papa Johnís Pizza and stole their safe with about $3,000 inside, according to a Forsyth County Sheriffís incident report.

On Sept. 3, deputies were dispatched to the BP gas station, 6810 Keith Bridge Road, because someone had broken into the Papa Johnís next door.

Video surveillance showed two men wearing gloves and masks armed with crowbars break into the metal power box behind the BP.

The burglars saw a delivery truck for Papa Johnís and hid behind a dumpster.

After the truck left, the two men walked out of view of the camera and used their crowbars to enter the Papa Johnís.

They broke two lights in the ceiling and stole the safe that contained about $3,000 cash.