CRIME REPORT: Vehicle stolen from Fellowship Bible Church turns up at Concord Road Church of Christ


CRIME REPORT: Vehicle stolen from Fellowship Bible Church turns up at Concord Road Church of Christ

By SAMANTHA HEARN

This week’s crime report issued by the Brentwood Police Department includes a stolen vehicle from Fellowship Bible Church and several other thefts from businesses and individuals.

Sometime between Oct. 22 and 24, a 2002 Chevrolet Silverado was stolen from Fellowship Bible Church. The work truck was taken from the rear parking lot, but was recovered at Concord Road Church of Christ. There are no suspects.

A purse and its contents were stolen from a vehicle parked on Volunteer Boulevard on Oct. 21. The rear drivers side window was broken. Police have no suspects.

A wallet, its contents and a car radio were stolen from a vehicle parked on Franklin Road sometime between Oct. 23 and 24. There were no signs of forced entry and police have no suspects.

In vandalisms, a man’s vehicle was intentionally struck with a truck door on Moores Lane on Oct. 22. Police suspect a white male in his 50s to 60s with gray hair who left in a red pick up truck.

A man’s tires were punctured and flattened on Oct. 23 on Ward Circle. Police have no suspects.

An excavator owned by Mac Constructors had a foreign substance poured into the fuel tank causing damage sometime between Oct. 24 and 25. Police have no suspects.

Two windows at Brentwood United Methodist Church were smashed and items were disturbed sometime between Oct. 24 and 25. Police have no suspects.

A money clip with currency was stolen from a man’s lock box on Concord Road on Oct. 20. Police have no suspects.

A wallet and its contents were taken after a woman left it accidentally in the restroom of a business on Mallory Lane on Oct. 21. Police have no suspects.

A 16-foot trailer was taken from a parking lot on Frierson Street sometime between Oct. 17 and 22. Police have no suspects.

A chainsaw was shoplifted from Brentwood Rental on Franklin Road on Oct. 26. The suspect was arrested.

If you have any information about these crimes, contact the Brentwood Police Department at 615-371-0160.

Samantha Hearn reports for Home Page Media Group. She can be reached via email at samantha@brentwoodhomepage.com

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