Police: Brothers may be behind rash of Starbucks thefts

Two brothers accused of robbing a Starbucks in Dunwoody may be responsible for a rash of thefts at the coffee giant’s other metro stores, police said.

Quadir T. Johnson, 28, and Jahmsid N. Johnson, 25, have been charged in connection with a burglary Feb. 6 at the Starbucks in the 4000 block of Ashford Dunwoody Road, Dunwoody Sgt. Robert Parsons said.

Investigators “quickly realized that the two men were possibly responsible for 37 other commercial burglaries in the Metro Atlanta area,” Parsons said.

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Of those burglaries, “some are other Starbucks locations,” Parsons told The Atlanta Journal-Constitution.

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The other Starbucks stores are in Atlanta, Sandy Springs, Brookhaven and Tucker.

The brothers are also suspected of robbing restaurants in Fulton, DeKalb and Gwinnett counties.

Officers arrested Quadir Johnson shortly after the 3:30 a.m. Dunwoody robbery, according to Parsons.

Dunwoody and DeKalb County police arrested Jahmsid Johnson on Thursday at an apartment in Decatur. Gwinnett County police helped in the investigation.

Both men are charged with multiple felonies, according to Parsons.

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