CUMMING, Ga. — Checkbooks, iPads and laptops were some of the items missing from cars broken into at a restaurant, according to Cumming Police incident reports.
An employee of Golden Corral, 2025 Marketplace Boulevard., told deputies he and his coworkers drove to work in his 2006 Ford truck at about 6:15 p.m. May 9.
When he went back to his truck two hours later, he said he saw his $1,300 laptop, $700 iPad and $300 prescription glasses missing.
The victim was also missing three checkbooks.
Deputies said the driver’s side lock had been punched out with a metal object.
Another woman told deputies said she and her family had gone there to eat about 6:30 p.m.
When they returned to the 2005 GMC Yukon, the woman said someone had gone through her center console.
The only things missing were $25 in cash and the center console cover.
The suspect had also punched the lock to get inside.
The manager of Golden Corral told deputies there are no security cameras surveying the parking lot.