by: Erica Byfield Updated:
ATLANTA - A bold criminal broke into the Georgia Department of Juvenile
Justice on Nov. 21.
Investigators released video of the man dressed almost in all white.
Thomas Gillis is working the case for Avondale Estates
"The entire first level of the building was trashed," Gillis told Channel 2's Erica Byfield.
Video the police did not release shows the
"No sensitive or confidential information was exposed either from staff or the youth that is in our protection," said Department of Juvenile Justice Communications Director Jim Shuler.
Shuler added DJJ staff immediately took the steps necessary to ensure the laptop no longer had access to any state systems.
Additionally, department leadership decided to upgrade the security at the facility.
Police found blood at the scene and sent it to the GBI for testing. Investigators suspect the
There is a Crimestoppers reward for any information.
"If someone is bold enough to break into a state building they are certainly bold enough to break into your home," said Shuler.
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