HALL COUNTY, Ga. -- Four suspects have been arrested after being linked to a number of recent entering auto cases in Hall, Forsyth and Dawson Counties.
According to Sheriff's Deputies, on Wednesday, July 3, a citizen witnessed a man breaking into a vehicle at her home in Graham Circle, which is just northwest of Hall County.
After being seen, the suspect fled the area on foot, however, was later tracked down by a K9 unit at a nearby residence on Price Road. He was arrested on the scene.
During the course of the investigation, three others were interviewed and ultimately linked.
Authorities were able to recover a large amount of stolen property, including, power and hand tools, GPS devices, electronics and an assortment of personal items.
The four suspects in custody are: Blake Ray Forrester, 20, Conner William Wales, 19, Dylan Allen Martinez, 17, and Dillion Ross Stowers, 19.
Investigators believe that more charges are possible as the investigation continues and additional victims come forward, as some of the property recovered has not yet been linked to specific victims.
Potential victims can set up an appointment to identify their belongings by contacting the Criminal Investigations Division at (770) 531-6879.
The Sheriff's Office is also asking that anyone who may have been a recent victim of entering auto or theft but did not report it, to please do so by calling Hall County Dispatch at (770) 536-8812.
This case remains under investigation by the Hall County Sheriff's Office, Criminal Investigations Division.