JOHNS CREEK, Ga. — On Dec. 10, police responded to a call that someone had driven into the doors of the Rite Aid on Johns Bridge Road, damaging the doors and nearby ATM.
Police received the alarm call at 4:30 a.m., and when they arrived on scene, officers saw that the doors were “severely damaged.” Tire marks were left on the ground where a vehicle was used to drive through the doors. A piece of a tail pipe and a green paint chip were also lying on the ground near the tire marks.
The ATM near the doors was partially removed, but the vault was still intact.
The store’s key holder said nothing was missing from the store and nothing else was damaged.
A similar burglary was reported Dec. 9 in Forsyth County.