Crime Blotter, Feb. 28 - March 7
A selection of crimes reported to DeKalb County police in the North Druid Hills-Briarcliff area over the last week.
Shop owner: Angry customer or ex-employee vandalized my building
The owner of K&M Auto Repair on Briarcliff Road told DeKalb County police he believes an angry owner or ex-employee vandalized his shop and a customer's car March 1.
Police responded to the shop at 2195 Briarcliff Road at about 6:45 a.m. to an alarm call and discovered several shop windows and customer's car window broken, the police report said.
The owner said he planned to check the shop's security cameras.
Blueberry Trail home burglarized, nothing stolen
Someone broke into a home on Blueberry Trail but left without stealing anything March 1, DeKalb County police said.
After returning to his home is the 1100 block of Blueberry Trail, the 60-year-old homeowner discovered that the storage door in the garage was open and items inside the closet had been moved, the police report said. A pair of shears that were on the deck were also wedged between the two rear bay doors.
No significant damage was done to the doors, however.