The period of April 25 through May 1 came with two burglaries and a vehicle theft in unincorporated Fayette County and a burglary and vehicle theft in Fayetteville.
A burglary was reported on April 25 at a residence on Ga. Highway 279.
Sheriff Barry Babb said the home being shown for sale was entered after the lock-box was broken and the key removed. A double-oven was stolen from the residence.
A second burglary was reported on April 25. This one occurred on Perry Creek Drive in south Fayette.
Also a vacant home for sale, Babb said the back door was forced open and a dishwasher, stove and microwave were stolen.
A vehicle theft from a Rivers Road residence was reported on May 1. Babb said the owner parked the car in the carport but left the keys in the door lock of the entry door.
The homeowner was awakened by dogs barking during the early morning hours. He got up to check the house and saw his car being driven off, Babb said.
The burglary in Fayetteville came at Sports Legends on North Glynn Street.
Reported on April 30, Fayetteville Police Department spokesman Mike Whitlow said a rear window was broken though nothing was reported stolen.
A vehicle was reported stolen on April 26 at the corporate office of This Is It near Ga. highways 85 and 314.
Whitlow said the Honda Civic had been parked at the office the previous day but was missing when the owner returned.