Verizon Burglar Caught on Camera Twice Stealing Over $14,000 Worth of Electronics in Less Than 2 Minutes

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An unknown man has been burglarizing Verizon stores in Sugar Hill, Georgia. Police believe the suspect has robbed three Verizon stores on three separate occasions. The first robbery took place in January at a Verizon store on 3397 Buford Drive in Buford where nearly $10,000 in items were stolen. The Second robbery took place on March 16th at a Verizon store near Buford where $5,500 worth of merchandise were taken. The most recent robbery took place on June 11th at a store located at 5965 Cumming Highway near the intersection with Suwanee Dam Road, and occurred around 4 a.m., where more than $4,500 in items were stolen.

Surveillance cameras captured the robberies that took place in March and June, which took less than 90 seconds. In both burglaries, the suspect smashed through the front of the store with a large hammer then pulled cell phones and tablets from displays before picking up the hammer and leaving. The suspect was last seen wearing a black hoodie, grey pants, black gloves, and a pair of shoes with white and black, in the most recent video.

If anyone has any information to share in this case, contact GCPD detectives at 770-513-5300.

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