(WXIA) In the past three years, Herman Lorenz has shelled out hundreds of dollars for air conditioner repairs.
But there's nothing wrong with his unit; the problem is what's being stolen. And it's not copper.
Lorenz happened to be at his Atlanta, Georgia home Monday afternoon when he heard noises on his back porch. He looked outside and saw four teens gathered around his air conditioning unit.
"One was laying down this way, one was over the top of the air conditioner," he said, pointing to the unit. "I don't know whether they're just breathing it in or if they're actually trying to get directly into the valve."
It turns out the teens were inhaling freon, the chemical inside the unit, to get high.
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