Smyrna Police Search for Burglary Suspects – Do You Recognize These Subjects?

Apr 12, 2024 at 07:48 am by WGNS News

Photos Released by Smyrna Police

SMYRNA, TN - The Smyrna Police Department is actively seeking the public's assistance in identifying two individuals believed to be involved in a recent burglary in a residential neighborhood in Smyrna. The suspects, captured on surveillance footage, include a white male and a slim-built female. The couple was reportedly seen driving an older-model dark-colored Toyota.


The burglary incident, which occurred in recent days, prompted the Smyrna Police Department to release images of the suspects in hopes of gathering more details that could potentially lead to arrests. Detective Steve Martin of the Smyrna Police Department has urged anyone with information regarding the identity or whereabouts of the suspects to come forward and assist in the investigation, after releasing photos that were captured from the surveillance video.

The surveillance footage obtained from the scene of the crime provides a clear image of both suspects. Authorities ask area residents to report any relevant information that may aid in identifying the individuals involved. Residents who have home security cameras are urged to notify the police if they have captured footage of individuals resembling those depicted in the released surveillance video. If you live in Smyrna and have experienced any theft from your property but haven't reported it yet, please reach out to detectives as soon as possible, as multiple theft incidents could be interconnected.

Smyrna Detective Steve Martin can be reached directly at (615) 267-5432 or via email at All tips and information provided will be handled confidentially, to protect the privacy of those involved.

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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