CRIME REPORT: Sherwin-Williams broken into, backpacks stolen from car

CRIME REPORT: Sherwin-Williams broken into, backpacks stolen from car

A local paint store was broken into and several thefts were reported in Brentwood in the week preceding December 28, according to the latest crime report issued by the Brentwood Police Department.

The Sherwin-Williams store on Carothers Parkway was broken into some time between the evening of Tuesday, December 26 and the morning of Wednesday, December 27.

Forced entry was made through a front window and money was taken. The police report states that a suspicious white van was seen in the area during the time frame of the burglary.

On Friday evening, December 15 two backpacks were stolen from an unlocked car parked outside the Cheddar’s Scratch Kitchen on Westgate Circle. The report says unknown suspects were seen in a dark-colored SUV near the crime.

A wallet was stolen from an office at Brenthaven Church on Thursday morning, December 21. The wallet was taken from a purse that had been left in the office. In connection with the theft, police are looking for a slim, approximately 6-foot-1-inch black male in his late 20s who was wearing black pants and a multi-colored sweater.

On Wednesday afternoon, December 27 a winter coat was taken from the women’s locker room at the Maryland Farms YMCA. There are no suspects in this case.

Finally, the report listed one act of vandalism. Between the evening of Saturday, December 23 and the morning of Sunday, December 24 the front passenger side window of a car on the 5200 block of Murray Lane was smashed with a rock.

There are no suspects.

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