A woman is at home after being treated for injuries she received from being glued to a toilet seat at the Banks Crossing Home Depot. Meanwhile, the investigation into the incident remains open.
“Banks County investigators are persistently seeking more information regarding the case,” deputy Carissa McFaddin, spokesman for the Banks County Sheriff’s Office stated. “This incident is still being ruled as an open investigation. Other individuals are being scheduled to be interviewed regarding the situation.”
Banks County deputies were called to The Home Depot Nov. 27 to assist medical personnel. When deputies arrived, they found a female glued to a toilet seat in the ladies’ restroom inside the store. EMS personnel used WD-40 to separate the toilet seat from her skin, but she reportedly suffered torn skin and cuts as a result. The woman was taken to Northridge Medical Center.
Deputies were told that the manager found a brown paper bag in the restroom that contained Loctite GO2 glue.
Officials said store security cameras do not show anyone other than the victim entering the restroom near the time when the incident occurred.
The story has been featured in news reports across the country. A report containing a video reportedly released by the victim is on an Atlanta television station’s website.