CRIME REPORT: Thefts from businesses and vehicles continue in Brentwood


CRIME REPORT: Thefts from businesses and vehicles continue in Brentwood

STAFF REPORTS

The Brentwood Police Department reported thefts from businesses, homes and vehicles in their weekly crime analysis.

Six cases of general theft were reported.

One person was arrested after stealing a universal remote control from Best Buy on Oct. 1.

Police are looking for an unidentified African American person  in their 50s standing approximately 5’7” and wearing a Hawaiian shirt who allegedly stole alcoholic beverages from HSC Wine and Liquor on Sept. 27. According to the crime analysis, the suspect left in a blue SUV. 

A former employee of Brookdale Senior Living has been identified as a suspect by police in the theft of credit cards that were taken from an office between Oct. 1 and 2.

Cash and credit cards were stolen from a home on Rue De Grande sometime between Sept. 25 and 26. No suspects have been identified.

A wallet was stolen from a woman while she was shopping at 1618 Galleria Boulevard on Sept. 28. No suspects have been identified. 

A demo iPhone on display at the AT&T store on Franklin Road was stolen on Sept. 28. No suspects have been identified.

Two cases of theft from motor vehicles were reported.

A purse was stolen from a vehicle after the front passengers side window was broken on Volunteer Parkway on Sept. 28. No suspects have been identified.

Another purse was stolen from an unlocked car on Sydney Lane on Oct. 2. No suspects have been identified.

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