Three teens have been charged and authorities are looking for a fourth suspect in a string of South Hall burglaries, sheriff’s officials said Tuesday.
Investigators recovered property valued at $19,000 from a house in the Copper Springs subdivision off McEver Road, Col. Jeff Strickland said.
David Anthony Tyrone King, 18, of Oakwood and two 16-year-old males whose names were not released because of their ages were charged with burglary and theft by taking motor vehicle.
The arrests were made Friday and announced on Tuesday.
Strickland said the teens burglarized Peachtree Motors on Atlanta Highway, Georgia Outdoor Equipment on McEver Road, Big Daddy’s Boots on McEver Road, Loretta’s Cafe on Mundy Mill Road and an insurance office on Mundy Mill Road. They are also suspected in the burglary of a Gainesville home.
Strickland said authorities have recovered a stolen Chevy Silverado, a 1996 Chrysler Cirrus, a Chevy Malibu, a Smith & Wesson .38 caliber pistol and a commemorative knife. A Colt .357 and about $650 worth of collectible coins were also stolen and have not been recovered.
Authorities are still looking for Perry Anthony Tribble, 20, on charges of burglary, criminal damage and criminal trespass, Strickland said.
Anyone with information on Tribble’s location is asked to call the Hall County Sheriff’s Office at 770-531-6900.