DUNWOODY, Ga. — A woman arrived Sept. 11 at the Dunwoody Police Department to report an incident of entering auto while parked at her residence on Dunwoody Gables Drive. The vehicle owner said she had parked her vehicle outside the house the previous day and noticed items missing when she returned the following morning. 

She told police that she locked the vehicle as she parked and found the driver door open when she returned. She did not notice any fraudulent charges to her credit cards that had been left inside the vehicle, but she said she would cancel them immediately. She brought her car to the department for evidence, but no fingerprints were recovered. 

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