By LANDON WOODROOF
This week in Brentwood crime, there were a couple of car break-ins at the Brentwood Family YMCA on Concord Road, as well as an attempted residential burglary in the McGavock Farms subdivision.
According to the police report, the YMCA break-ins occurred on Friday afternoon, November 17. Two males are suspected of breaking the windows of two cars, and stealing two purses from the cars. The two suspects were driving a tan Kia SUV.
Another car was broken into on Saturday afternoon, November 18 on the 1700 block of Carothers Parkway. The perpetrator broke a window and stole money from the car. The crime report did not list any suspects.
In a separate incident, a backpack was stolen from an unlocked car on the 1100 block of Upper Stow Court between Tuesday night, November 14 and Wednesday morning, November 15. The report listed a red truck as a possible suspect vehicle.
The attempted residential burglary reportedly took place some time between Tuesday morning, November 14 and Thursday afternoon, November 16. The crime report states that there was an attempted forced entry to the garage door of a home on the 600 block of Good Springs Road. Nothing was taken.
The week saw some other instances of theft as well. Money, jewelry and medication were stolen from the safe of a home on the 9300 block of Concord Road on Saturday, November 18. The report lists a family member as a suspect.
Finally, money was stolen from an unlocked safe at the Firestone Complete Auto Care on Church Street on Sunday, November 19. There are no suspects, according to the crime report.