MURFREESBORO, Tenn. — Murfreesboro Police are trying to identify a person of interest in a rash of car burglaries that have taken place in Murfreesboro over the months of March and April. Detectives filed a report showing a victim's debit card was used in Hendersonville at two different Kroger stores after one of the burglaries took place in Murfreesboro. In the case of the debit card being used in Sumner County, a security camera captured a photo of the suspect’s right hand - which had a unique tattoo on the top of his hand.
Authorities say the subject with the tattooed hand was seen driving a gray or dark silver SUV (as seen in the photo above this story).
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If you believe you have any information that could be useful to police, please contact Detective Harris at 629-201-5536, or email tips to firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also contact the MPD Criminal Investigations Division at 615-893-2717.
At this point, the investigation into the recent surge in auto burglaries continues.
Source: Murfreesboro Police Department
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