Police Seek Person of Interest in Ulta Theft Case

Jan 11, 2024 at 08:37 pm by WGNS News

Murfreesboro, TN - Authorities are actively seeking the assistance of the public in identifying a male individual captured on a security camera, now named as a person of interest in a significant theft/shoplifting case at Ulta on Medical Center Parkway. The incident involved the pilfering of hundreds of dollars' worth of various colognes and perfumes from the renowned beauty retailer.

Ulta, known for its extensive range of cosmetics, fragrance, skin care, and hair care products, fell victim to the theft, prompting an investigation by Murfreesboro Police. Surveillance footage has revealed a male suspect who is believed to have crucial information regarding the incident.


Detective David Kidd, leading the investigation, is urging anyone who recognizes the individual or has information about the case to come forward. Detective Kidd can be reached at 629-201-5517 or via email at 0994@murfreesborotn.gov. The identity of the person of interest is crucial to advancing the investigation and holding those responsible accountable.

The theft occurred at Ulta on Medical Center Parkway, and the stolen items include a substantial value of colognes and perfumes. The beauty retailer is a popular destination for its diverse selection of beauty and personal care products, making the theft a significant loss.

Law enforcement is relying on the community's cooperation to swiftly resolve this case. Individuals who may have witnessed the incident or have any relevant information are encouraged to contact Detective Kidd. The authorities assure that any information provided will be treated with the utmost confidentiality.

As the investigation unfolds, the Murfreesboro Police Department emphasizes the importance of community involvement in maintaining the safety and security of local businesses. With the public's assistance, detectives aim to bring closure to this case and ensure that justice is served in connection with the Ulta theft/shoplifting incident.

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