Bibb County investigators are looking into a burglary that took place Aug. 11 at an out-of-business roofing company.
According to a report, the manager told investigators he could keep the office computer equipment after the corporate owners of American Shingle roofing company closed the Macon office. The report said the burglar took six monitors, five computers and five printers.
After the manager told employees the business was shut down, he was the last to leave the office. He told investigators some of the employees had keys to the office.
Bibb County investigators had investigated American Shingle at least twice this year on theft by deception charges. In April, a man contracted with American Shingle to fix his roof, paying about $4,300 up front, but the work was never performed.
A woman filed a similar charge in June when she paid a deposit of $5,200 for work that was never done.
About 600 people across 10 states have filed similar charges against the Atlanta-based firm.