One man appears to have gone on a shopping binge in the 'Boro, but Murfreesboro Police say the culprit was using someone else's credit card. If you know this suspect, call Murfreesboro police at 615-893-2717.
Rutherford County Sheriff Mike Fitzhugh spread Christmas joy to kids on Saturday with a fun shopping spree at Target on the Old Fort Parkway.
A Murfreesboro man has been accused of attacking a security employee at a Target store in Williamson County, TN.
According to a loss prevention employee, the subject allegedly stole two Apple TV receivers, a Garmin GPS unit, a Google home Wi-Fi system, a speaker sound bar and ironically, a security camera system.
A man who has not been to Murfreesboro in about six months saw on a bank statement that his lack of visits did not stop his debit card from being used in Rutherford County.
A Target customer in Murfreesboro is accused of shoplifting over $1,400 worth of DVD's and a Dyson fan valued at $449.
Evidently, the men enter the store together and head to different cashiers and confuse the clerks at checkout telling them to hit certain keys on the cash register which cashes money out...
A 22-year old Veterans Parkway resident has been picked up on shoplifting charges that were filed by both Target on Old Fort Parkway and Dick's Sporting Goods in the Avenue.
It took two subjects less than 15-minutes to steal 24 designer purses from TJ Maxx on Old Fort Parkway in Murfreesboro. A loss prevention worker reported the theft on Wednesday.
A trio of shoplifters hit a Murfreesboro Target Store and the same three are suspected of hitting stores in not only Tennessee, but also Ohio and several other states.
We have more news on the pedestrian who was struck by a Murfreesboro Police car on Wednesday night. The accident occurred on Old Fort Parkway in front of the Target store around 10 PM.
Murfreesboro Police met with Smyrna Police Detective Alan Nabours in reference to two females and a male accused of using forged checks at the Target store in Murfreesboro and the Super Target in Smyrna.
Smyrna Police are asking for help in cracking a theft at local Target stores. Chief Kevin Arnold says on January 31st, two black females and a black male entered the Target store at 803 Industrial Blvd in Smyrna.
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