A door probably does not strike most people as the most enticing target for thieves. That is just what was stolen from a local car wash this week, though, according to the latest crime report provided by the Brentwood Police Department.
The report also lists several other thefts that occurred in Brentwood recently, including one that took place at Owl Creek Park.
The door was taken from the Brentwood Auto Wash on Wilson Pike Circle on the morning of Sunday, January 28. It was being stored in the back of the business when it was stolen.
The report lists as a suspect a white male who was wearing a blue hoodie, khaki pants and a ball cap. The suspect reportedly left in a Dodge truck.
The theft at Owl Creek Park on Concord Road took place in the early afternoon of Wednesday, January 31. A purse was stolen from an unlocked car at the park. Police have no suspects.
A theft also occurred this past week on Thursday, February 1 at a medical clinic on Westgate Circle. Prescription medication was stolen from the clinic. The crime report lists the offense as a theft involving an employee. A suspect has been identified and charges are pending, according to the crime report.
Three shoplifting offenses also show up on this latest report.
The first happened at Concord Corner Market on the afternoon of Monday, January 28. Wine and cigarettes were stolen from the market. The report lists a white male, approximately 5-foot-8-inches tall and weighing around 170 pounds as a suspect.
Another shoplifting incident took place at Brentwood’s Kroger around noon on Tuesday, January 30. Grocery items were stolen. The report lists a black male in his 30s wearing a jacket and jeans who left in a dark-colored Nissan Altima as a suspect.
A suspect was arrested as the result of a shoplifting incident at the Best Buy on Galleria Boulevard on Tuesday, January 30. Electronics had been stolen.
Finally, there is one case of vandalism listed on the report. A home and a car on the 9700 block of Concord Ridge Court was egged between the evening of Friday, January 26 and the morning of Saturday, January 27. Police have no suspects.