Smyrna Police Seek Public Assistance in Identifying Alleged Theft Suspects

Jan 03, 2024 at 11:34 pm by WGNS News

Photos released by Smyrna Police Department.

Smyrna, TN – The Smyrna Police Department is actively seeking the public's help in identifying individuals suspected of theft in two separate incidents, both captured on surveillance cameras.


In the first case, Smyrna Police are looking to identify two females believed to be involved in the theft of jewelry from Hobby Lobby in Smyrna. Detective Jason Anderson is leading the investigation and is urging anyone with information about the identity or whereabouts of the individuals in the provided images to come forward. Detective Anderson can be contacted at 615.267.5433 or via email at

In a completely unrelated case, Smyrna Police are reaching out to the public for assistance in identifying a potential theft suspect captured on surveillance cameras at Walmart (See photo related to this case HERE). The incident occurred on December 16, 2023, near the intersection of Enon Springs and Nissan Drive. Detective Kate Armstrong is leading this investigation and is asking anyone with information about the suspect in the photo to contact her at 615-267-5012 or via email at

Authorities emphasize that public cooperation plays a crucial role in swiftly identifying and apprehending individuals involved in such incidents. The Smyrna Police Department has consistently highlighted the importance of community involvement in solving cases, and they encourage residents to share any relevant details or tips that might assist in advancing these investigations.

Residents are reminded that even seemingly minor details can make a significant impact in solving cases. Concerned citizens are encouraged to provide any information they may have to aid law enforcement in ensuring the safety and security of the Smyrna community.

DISCLAIMER: All suspects are presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. The arrest records or information about an arrest that are published or reported on NewsRadio WGNS and are not an indication of guilt or evidence that an actual crime has been committed.


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