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$300K Bentley, Tiffany necklace, more stolen from northwestern Forsyth residence

A northwestern Forsyth County couple whose home was burglarized on New Year’s Eve lost some high-dollar items, including a $10,000 Tiffany bracelet, $2,000 in computer hardware, $2,100 in clothing and the family’s $300,000 Bentley SUV, according to an incident report from the Forsyth County Sheriff’s Office.

At 4:16 p.m. Dec. 31, deputies with Forsyth County Sheriff’s Office responded to a home on Archer Avenue in response to a residential alarm. The law enforcement officials noticed the door on the top floor was open and the garage door as well. The main door was open with keys still in the door.

Deputies entered the burglarized residence but found nobody there. They did, however, discover a footprint on one of the doors. The only damage to the home itself was what the suspects did to three of the residence’s doors.

Deputies attempted to contact the homeowners but they could not be reached.

In addition to the stolen SUV, bracelet, computer hardware and clothing, thieves also took $500 speakers and a $50 laptop bag.

As of press time Tuesday, Cpl. Doug Rainwater, spokesman for the Forsyth County Sheriff’s Office, said that the agency did not yet have any suspects in the incident.