CRIME REPORT: Christmas weekend sees several instances of shoplifting, theft


CRIME REPORT: Christmas weekend sees several instances of shoplifting, theft

By RACHAEL LONG

The weekend before Christmas was full of last-minute shoppers and a few last-minute shoplifters, too.

Brentwood police arrested two people on Sunday for suspected shoplifting from a TJ Maxx store on Franklin Road. One person was arrested on Christmas Day for suspected motor vehicle theft of a 2017 Kia Sedona reported stolen from a Wisconsin Enterprise. Police recovered the vehicle on Executive Center Drive.

The crimes listed without suspects were longer.

Someone broke the front passenger side window of a vehicle on Concord Road Friday afternoon and stole a backpack and its contents from inside. Later that evening, someone stole an iPhone and headphones from a gym bag inside an unlocked locker at the Maryland Farms YMCA.

Best Buy on Galleria Boulevard saw multiple reports of shoplifting between Dec. 21 and 23, all for gaming equipment. Brentwood Police Department’s weekly crime analysis described a person suspected for shoplifting from the store on Saturday evening as six feet tall, unshaven and wearing a tan coat and jeans.

A cash register was burglarized early Saturday morning after someone threw a brick through the side drive-through door at a laundry service on Moores Lane. No suspects have been arrested.

A purse was stolen from the employee area of a deli restaurant on Franklin Road the morning of Christmas Eve. No suspects were arrested.

There were no residential burglaries, vandalism or robberies.

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