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Police are looking for the alleged meat thief

Police accuse a Sandy Springs man of stealing more than $ 15,000 worth of meat products from a Roswell restaurant.

The Roswell Police Department says it has received arrest warrants for 53-year-old Warren Kearney of Sandy Springs on two counts of second-degree theft.

On Feb. 13, officers were sent to Uncle Jack’s restaurant on Canton Street in Roswell. Police say the suspect violently broke into an outdoor freezer. Surveillance footage recorded the suspect loading valuable meat products from his freezer into his car.

Uncle Jack’s restaurant on Canton Street. (Google Maps)

On February 17, officers investigated a second burglary in a restaurant. Security footage again shows the same suspect stealing meat from the freezer.

“Our investigation and the evidence gathered quickly led to the identification of Kearney as a suspect who was known to the business as a recently hired officer,” the Roswell Police Department said.


Anyone with information about Kearney’s case or whereabouts is asked to contact the Roswell Police Department at 770-640-4100. Anonymous information can be provided through Atlanta Crime Stoppers by calling 404-577-TIPS (8477) or online at www.StopCrimeATL.org.

Amy Wenk is the editor of the Reporter. You can contact her at editor@reporternewspapers.net
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Police are looking for the alleged meat thief

Police accuse a Sandy Springs man of stealing more than $ 15,000 worth of meat products from a Roswell restaurant.

The Roswell Police Department says it has received arrest warrants for 53-year-old Warren Kearney of Sandy Springs on two counts of second-degree theft.

On Feb. 13, officers were sent to Uncle Jack’s restaurant on Canton Street in Roswell. Police say the suspect violently broke into an outdoor freezer. Surveillance footage recorded the suspect loading valuable meat products from his freezer into his car.

Uncle Jack’s restaurant on Canton Street. (Google Maps)

On February 17, officers investigated a second burglary in a restaurant. Security footage again shows the same suspect stealing meat from the freezer.

“Our investigation and the evidence gathered quickly led to the identification of Kearney as a suspect who was known to the business as a recently hired officer,” the Roswell Police Department said.


Anyone with information about Kearney’s case or whereabouts is asked to contact the Roswell Police Department at 770-640-4100. Anonymous information can be provided through Atlanta Crime Stoppers by calling 404-577-TIPS (8477) or online at www.StopCrimeATL.org.

Amy Wenk is the editor of the Reporter. You can contact her at editor@reporternewspapers.net
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