Do You Recognize Him? Call Smyrna Police!

Jul 08, 2023 at 02:27 pm by WGNS

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SMYRNA, TN - In Smyrna, police are asking for the public's assistance identifying a man who was captured on a surveillance camera (see picture above this article). According to the Smyrna Police Department, the subject is wanted for his alleged involvement in “fraudulent activity.” If you recognize the man pictured above or know of his whereabouts, please contact Detective Armstrong with any information you can provide at 615-267-5012 or email the detective at



ANOTHER CASE - UNRELATED: A man who was caught on camera has yet to be caught in-person. Smyrna Police say the unidentified man (picured above) is accused of shoplifting merchandise from the Asurion store. Asurion Phone is on Sam Ridley Parkway in Smyrna. Authorities are seeking assistance to identify the individual pictured above for theft of merchandise. Police report the theft occurred on June 22, 2023. If you recognize the individual or have information that could help identify the man, please contact SPD Detective Steve Martin at (615) 267-5432 or



ANOTHER SMYRNA POLICE CASE: The Smyrna Police Department is also seeking assistance in identifying individuals in an unrelated investigation that has roots at both Walmart and the Target stores (See above photo). Police have not released details on why they need to identify the two men, but have called them, “Persons of Interest.” The two were captured on a surveillance camera inside Target on July 2, 2023 and Walmart on June 27, 2023. If you recognize the individuals or have information that could help identify the subjects, please contact Detective Stephen Hannah at (615) 267-5146 or email him at You can also contact Detective Kate Armstrong at (615) 267-5012 or email her at

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