ALPHARETTA, Ga. – Two businesses on Alexander Drive were broken into July 28 by thieves making holes in the walls.
According to police, the suspects broke into vacant offices in the office complex that were next to their targets. The suspects then knocked a hole in the sheetrock separating the offices and entered their target.
In one office, items were moved but nothing was taken. The computers were tethered to desks. In the other office, two monitors, four laptops and three video adapters were taken, valued at more than $5,000.