MILTON, Ga. — Parents of a Milton teenager returned home to find their daughter had thrown a party, and $9,000-worth of jewelry and a MacBook computer was missing.
The daughter she had planned the party but it had gotten out of hand when more than 50 people showed up, many she did not know personally. The daughter later found out the address of her parent’s home was listed in a Group Me app titled “Moves,” which is used to circulate addresses of parties for teens to attend.
The jewelry, which included a gold watch, a class ring and numerous bracelets and rings, were taken from the parent’s master bedroom closet.
The daughter’s MacBook was taken from her room. She said she saw a male use the upstairs bathroom, in the vicinity of her room where the computer was located, before he quickly left the party.