Theft Case Update: BOLO Alert Canceled

Feb 21, 2024 at 04:17 pm by Chandelar Williams


Murfreesboro, TN - The Murfreesboro Police Department has an update relating to the theft case at Dollar General on February 11th. The previously issued BOLO (Be On the Lookout) alert has been officially canceled. Law enforcement authorities have successfully idientified the person of interest in connection with the incident. 





Orginal Post by WGNS:

Murfreesboro, TN - Local authorities are urging community members to come forward with any information regarding a recent theft incident at the Dollar General on Cason Lane. The incident, which occurred on February 11, 2024, has prompted detectives to seek assistance in identifying a person of interest captured on surveillance footage.

 According to reports, the individual in question left the scene shortly after the theft took place. Investigators believe he may have fled in a vehicle described as a possible 2000's model Toyota Sedan. Additionally, detectives are hoping to gather more details about the suspect's appearance, particularly his distinctive jacket, which could aid in the identification process.

Detective Shan Harris, leading the investigation, emphasized the importance of community involvement in solving the case. "We're asking anyone who recognizes the individual depicted in the surveillance photos or can provide information about the unique jacket he was wearing to come forward," stated Detective Harris.

Concerned citizens with any relevant information are encouraged to reach out to Detective Shan Harris directly at 629-201-5536 or via email at All tips will be handled with confidentiality, and any assistance provided by the public could significantly contribute to advancing the investigation.

As the investigation continues, authorities remain committed to identifying and apprehending those responsible for the theft at the Dollar General on Cason Lane. The cooperation and support of the public are invaluable in ensuring that justice is served and that such incidents are swiftly addressed.

Stay tuned to WGNS radio for further updates on this developing story as authorities work diligently to resolve the case.

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