A juvenile female said a man driving a white car with a pizza company’s sign on top of it followed her in her neighborhood, according to Braselton police.
The girl said the unknown man approached her in the Mulberry Park subdivision as she was walking home. The man was dressed in a Papa John’s uniform.
The girl said the man asked her if he could use her cell phone “to get a route,” according to an incident report. When she refused and continued to walk, the man followed her on foot. She then ran home when she noticed that the man was following her.
The girl said she noticed that a white, two-door car with a Papa John’s sign on top of it passed her house several times. She called 911 to report the incident.
Three weeks ago, an employee at Pizza Hut on Spout Springs Road reported that someone stole delivery signs from a vehicle at the business. Four days later, residents in the Reunion subdivision in South Hall called the store to report that someone in a white SUV with a Pizza Hut sign was driving recklessly through the neighborhood.
In that incident, residents tried to stop the vehicle in a cul-de-sac, but it sped away by driving through several yards.