Employees reported The Ramsbottom Co., 892 Mulberry St., was burglarized sometime between 1:30 p.m. Sunday and 9:30 a.m. Monday, Macon police said.
A screwdriver was found on the floor near an office door, and a rear door was unlocked when employees arrived Monday morning, according to a police report released Tuesday.
A file cabinet containing personnel files for current and past workers was rummaged through, but “the only file that was messed with was Billy Ramsbottom’s file,” according to the report.
Also, $300 in cash was taken from the filing cabinet, and the office was dusted for fingerprints, according to the report.The report doesn’t list any suspects.
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William David “Billy” Ramsbottom Jr., 43, was indicted in February on charges of racketeering, fiduciary theft, money laundering, bank fraud and forgery.
He is accused of embezzling $421,000 from partners owning a St. Simons Island shopping center.No trial date has been set.
Information from The Telegraph’s archives was included in this report.