Fayette vehicles continue to be targets for thieves

Fayette vehicles continue to be targets for thieves

The period of Oct. 6-13 came with several entering auto incidents across Fayette County.

Sheriff Barry Babb reported an entering auto at a business on Ga. Highway 54 near Peachtree City on Oct. 6. A purse was stolen from the vehicle’s trunk, but there was no sign of forced entry to the trunk or passenger area, Babb said.

Peachtree City reported two entering auto incidents on Oct. 12 at the tennis center on Planterra Way. In both cases, forced entry was made through rear window on the passenger’s side. Nothing was noted stolen in the two incidents, according to police reports.

Also in Peachtree City, police on Oct. 10 responded to a South Peachtree Parkway address on a stolen golf cart call. The golf cart was found on Shawville Lane and returned to the owner, according to police reports.

A second golf cart was reported stolen on Oct. 10 from a Newgate Road residence. The golf cart was located and returned to the owner, reports said.

The period also came with two entering autos in Fayetteville, both at the Fayette Pavilion.

Fayetteville Police Department spokesman Chad Myers said the incidents occurred on Oct. 11 and 12.

In one case a rear window was busted and clothing stolen. In the other, a fiber optic splicing kit was stolen from a work van, though there was no sign of forced entry, Myers said.