UPDATE: Police say man who stole a car at Marcos Pizza, also involved in Facebook Marketplace Car-jacking

Aug 05, 2020 at 09:35 pm by WGNS

Here’s an update to the Marco’s Pizza stolen vehicle incident that was reported in July…

Murfreesboro Police confirm that one of the suspects in that case is also accused of being involved in the Facebook Marketplace carjacking. 

Ja’Veon Brown, who was previously arrested in connection to the Facebook Marketplace carjacking and robbery, has now been charged with felony theft of an auto. Police say that Brown was the man who was captured on surveillance video stealing an Audi A4 from the Marco’s Pizza parking lot on July 19.

Apparently, the theft of the Audi happened when the vehicle’s owner went inside a business while leaving the car unattended and running.

Authorities reported the stolen vehicle was later located at Pointe at Raiders Campus Apartments, 2315 N. Tennessee Blvd.  After the car was recovered, it was eventually returned to the owner.


Detectives are asking for assistance in identifying the man who stole a vehicle from Marco’s Pizza on E. Northfield Blvd in Murfreesboro. The theft occurred on July 19, 2020.  Police say the vehicle’s owner left the car running and went inside the business.

An unidentified man jumped into the car and drove away after the victim left his car unattended. Apparently,  there was a female with the subject when the car was stolen.  She was seen purchasing items from the Neighborhood Market next to Marco’s Pizza.  The woman, who may have been an accomplice to the theft, left the area in a newer model Chevy Malibu or Impala.

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