By RACHAEL LONG
Of the nine crimes listed on the Brentwood Police Department’s weekly crime report, eight were theft-related. Half of those thefts occurred at the TJ Maxx on Franklin Road in the matter of three days.
The department store has seen instances of shoplifting for the last six consecutive weeks, excluding the first week of April. In the four cases of shoplifting or theft at TJ Maxx this week, police say all suspects were arrested.
Someone stole a computer, a printer and a watch from the vehicle of a Brentwood resident while the vehicle was being transported to another state. Police have no suspects.
Another resident had a backpack and its contents and a video game stolen from a vehicle on Granny White Pike Thursday evening. Police say no forced entry was used and they have no suspects.
Crouch Engineering was the victim of theft sometime last weekend when survey equipment and four two-way radios were stolen from a vehicle on Maryland Way. Police say forced entry was used and they have no suspects.
In the singular count of vandalism for the week, police say a juvenile suspect has been identified in connection with broken windows on a house under construction by Turnberry Homes. Police say the juvenile faces no prosecution.
The Church of the Good Shepherd on Wilson Pike was the victim of an attempted theft after someone cut a lock on a trailer door. Police say nothing was taken and they have no suspects.
There were no instances of business or residential burglary, motor vehicle theft, or robbery reported this week.