More counterfeit hundred-dollar bills are being circulated in Murfreesboro. Officers responded to Walmart at 2012 Memorial Boulevard where the loss prevention representative said that two black females paid for merchandise with couterfeit $100 bills.
In one recent shoplifting case at the Walmart on Old Fort Parkway, a subject on a bicycle thought he made the perfect getaway. Evidently, he didn't exactly get away.
Shoplifting continues to be an issue for retailers. Most recently, Walmart on Joe B. Jackson at South Church Street was targeted.
La Vergne Police Sergeant Bob Hayes reports that the Ford Fusion and Jeep Patriot taken Sunday have been recovered, but the suspects are still at large.
Authorities in Smyrna are trying to determine the identity of two women accused of shoplifting.
Here's an odd theft... At Walmart on Memorial Boulevard in Murfreesboro, a man entered the store on three separate occasions and stole four Hoverboards and window air conditioning units.
Some shoppers of Walmart on Old Fort Parkway are still shaken after shots rang out around 9:45 this past Sunday night (7/22/18).
UPDATE: WGNS has more information on the 100 cats taken in by the Pet Adoption and Welfare Services office in Murfreesboro.
The next time you need to make an overnight run to Walmart, you may find the store closed as several locations are no longer open 24-hours a day.
During a confrontation between the women and a Walmart employee, one of the two females stated, "We weren't even stealing when we came in."
Walmart and Sam's Club have teamed up with Rutherford County Emergency Medical Service (RCEMS) with a Lifesaver award.
Smyrna Police are asking for the public's help in capturing four suspects who are wanted for allegedly using a stolen credit card at a local business.
La Vergne Police need the public's help in identifying a suspect wanted for questioning in an IDENTIFY THEFT crime at Wal-Mart and several businesses in the northern part of Rutherford County.
Murfreesboro Police are investigating an armed robbery to a customer who was sitting in her parked car at Walmart on Memorial Boulevard.
Smyrna Police are asking for the public's help in identifying these persons of interest relating to a theft of over $1,000 at Walmart.
The LaVergne Police Department needs help from the public in identifying a suspect seen a month ago on surveillance photos at Walmart in La Vergne.
Heroin, methamphetamine and stolen merchandise was Murfreesboro Police reportedly found on a man accused of stealing items from Walmart.
Walmart stores are recalling prepackaged salad mix after a dead bat was found inside a bag sold at a Florida store.
The theft was reported at the Walmart on Old Fort Parkway Monday morning around 9:30.
Thieves are getting a little more brazen in the items they steal in recent months. A Wednesday (2/22/17) theft at Walmart on Memorial Boulevard highlights such a theft.
On Sunday (2/19/17) evening, two men stole six desktop computers from the Walmart store in La Vergne. The suspects then fled the store in a white Ford Crown Vic.
Three full sized desktop computers were stolen from the Walmart on Old Fort Parkway in Murfreesboro.
Around 5:10pm Thursday (1/26/17) evening, the Walmart on S. Rutherford Blvd. received a bomb threat.
A shoplifting theft at the Walmart on Joe B. Jackson Parkway at South Church Street added up to over $2,000.
A man who allegedly fled from Rutherford County Sheriff's Deputies was later arrested by Murfreesboro Police.
A man who is said to have a lengthy history of making fraudulent returns to Walmart stores in Middle Tennessee allegedly continued the history by making such a return in Murfreesboro.
The suspect evidently went to the Walmart store on Old Fort Parkway to buy a new safe. Before buying the safe, he allegedly loaded it with...
After the overdose, the friend allegedly hid two syringes and two spoons under a bush outside the store.
"We are overjoyed to have Walmart open here, and I am happy that the citizens will have the option to save money and shop smart here in La Vergne. I can't wait to cut the ribbon so residents can start shopping," said Mayor Dennis Waldron.
While on the doll aisle of Walmart, the suspect was observed laying white items down on the shelf and then take a step back. Then a female walked over and raked the white items into her hand.
A purse snatching was reported on Monday in the parking lot of Walmart on Old Fort Parkway.
Ed Davis, Director of Special Projects and Mike Liles, President of the Friends of Stones River National Battlefield presented to Walmart and Store Manager Tim Fox a Certificate of Appreciation for all their help this past 'Cleanup Day at the Park' last month on April 16.
The Murfreesboro man told police he was once a "Big time dealer," but stopped. Police told the subject that the text in his phone were from this week, he then told officers that he stopped dealing after those text.
If you saw a lot of police action at Walmart on Monday afternoon, officers were responding to a child abuse call.
The video of the man allegedly fondling himself through his sweatpants was collected as evidence by Murfreesboro Police on Thursday.
A customer in the store told police that he witnessed two females take the merchandise out of the store without paying for it. They loaded the electronics into two waiting vehicles, both with temp tags.
The grand opening for one of the two new neighborhood markets will be held on Wednesday (1/27/16) in Murfreesboro at 1153 Fortress Boulevard.
"With major construction complete, we're in the home stretch for our grand opening," said store manager Bruce DiMarco.
Police say that surveillance video reveled a subject using what appeared to be a counterfeit skimmed credit card to purchase gift cards in the self-checkout lane.
A cashier who was once employed at the store has been arrested. The incident was reported at a Murfreesboro Walmart store...
Over $500 in merchandise was stolen from the Walmart store on Old Fort Parkway. Murfreesboro Police got the theft call on Monday night.
A man who told police he had paid $16,000 in back child support by selling items stolen from area Walmart stores was arrested as he ran from the Shelbyville store.
A man who appeared to be in his forties helped himself to two leaf blowers and two chainsaws.
A man who tried to steal a scooter from Walmart on Memorial Boulevard evidently pushed the loss prevention worker when confronted.
Reports indicate a Walmart employee approached Overall and told him he needed to leave the store "because there was an emergency."
Bomb threat at Murfreesboro Walmart store unfounded.
A Walmart loss prevention worker chased a shoplifter through the store parking lot in an attempt to nab a man suspected of stealing groceries from the new Memorial Boulevard store in Murfreesboro.
A Cannon County man was arrested for shoplifting in Murfreesboro after he allegedly was caught shoplifting over $500 worth of merchandise from Walmart.
Three women recently entered the South Rutherford Boulevard Walmart store and allegedly stole over $2,000 in razors.
A Murfreesboro man has been arrested after allegedly trying to return a box of diapers that were previously purchased.
An alleged drug deal was actually caught on camera at Walmart on South Rutherford Boulevard in Murfreesboro. A 41-year old Rockvale man named Charles Edward Jakes...
A Murfreesboro man was arrested at the Old Fort Parkway Walmart store Wednesday morning on numerous charges. Robert Dunn, age 25, allegedly shouted at police after he spotted the officer before they spotted him.
On March 3rd (2015), several burglaries occurred in the Smyrna area and police need your help in solving the crimes in question. One of the suspects stole credit cards and attempted to fraudulently use the cards in Columbia and Shelbyville, Tennessee.
Some 90,000 plus items are now on the shelves of the new Walmart Super Center on 231 South at Joe B. Jackson Parkway in Murfreesboro.
The Goodwill Career Solutions center on South Church Street in the Barfield area of Murfreesboro, will host a job fair for Walmart and two local staffing firms that represent companies in Murfreesboro...
Three arrests were made in Murfreesboro that may have ties to other cities.
The female in the picture is wanted for questioning concerning an on-going theft case.
The subject allegedly left in a green four door sedan and has yet to be caught.
Now, it looks as if we could soon have five Walmart's in Murfreesboro alone.
A 26-year old woman accused of shoplifting at Walmart was positively identified after a small mistake...
The Wal-Mart on Memorial Boulevard, near the Murfreesboro Airport, is open.
Oakland High School teacher, Tim Nance, was awarded a $1,250 grant from Walmart.
As we near Black Friday in November, the grand opening date for Walmart number three, the complaining about too many Walmart's has died greatly.
In your shoplifting story of the day, a man who is accused of stealing over $500 in merchandise from Walmart on Rutherford Boulevard was arrested after allegedly running from Murfreesboro Police.
We are less than 3-months away from two new department stores entering the economy in Murfreesboro. A third will be open in 2015.
As heard in past news stories, shoplifting in Murfreesboro and throughout America, drives prices up for corporate and local businesses.
When the reported victim told the suspect that he would call the police, she reportedly stated, “I don’t care, I got a carry permit."
When police arrived they observed the security video footage that showed Benjamin Tankard reportedly stealing $138 in groceries...
In our shoplifting story of the day, over $700 in merchandise was stolen from the Walmart store this past Sunday.
Mayor Shane McFarland confirmed that a new traffic signal will be installed by the time that Walmart opens in 2015.
Some of the employers represented will be The Department of Veterans Services Health Division, Walmart, Calsonic Kansei, SMX Staffing, Glenn Oaks Health and Rehabilitation, Boulevard Terrace Health and rehabilitation and Manchester Healthcare among others.
The workers grabbed the cart and the culprit lost his grip. During the struggle, the man actually lost his left shoe.
The cost of vacuum cleaners and men’s razor blades are going up. If you are trying to figure out how the two go together, they don’t.
In our shoplifting story of the day, a man entered Walmart on South Rutherford Boulevard and left the store with a cart full of merchandise...
The Murfreesboro Police Department is attempting to locate the suspects who were caught on video at Walmart, allegedly using the stolen credit card.
The female, who lives in McKenzie, Tennessee, allegedly pushed two shopping carts loaded with goods out of the store. The 10-year old was helping the woman, according to the report.
A Walmart customer who told police he was angry because he could not get any assistance, allegedly punched a self-checkout machine causing over $800 in damages.
In our Rutherford County shoplifting story of the day, a woman entered the South Rutherford Boulevard Walmart store on Monday afternoon and allegedly stole over $200 worth of merchandise.
After being booked at the local jail, the man fully admitted to police that he had stolen laptop computers from Walmart and later sold them because he had lost his job.
The same female is suspected of stealing jewelry from both Walmart in Smyrna and Walmart in Murfreesboro on Old Fort Parkway in recent days.
“We got it!” exclaimed Mayor Senna Mosley in announcing today that a major shopping development is coming to La Vergne.
Many residents are arguing that four Walmart stores will make it hard on locally owned retailers in Murfreesboro while others say they are thankful for the jobs.
A Murfreesboro woman is accused of stealing nearly $3,000 worth of merchandise from the Walmart store on Old Fort Parkway.
UPDATE: Names have been released by Murfreesboro Police. The names were released at 5:50 p.m. on Thursday.
Now, vacant homes that were sold to make way for progress of two new Walmart stores are only a memory on South Church St. at County Farm Road (Joe B. Jackson Pkwy) and Memorial Boulevard in front of the Murfreesboro airport
The Smyrna Police Department tells WGNS that on Sunday, January 19, 2014 at approximately 10:00 AM, two men entered the Walmart store located at 570 Enon Springs Road East in Smyrna and allegedly stole two Samsung Galaxy cell phones.
According to a Loss Prevention employee of Walmart, two women stole over $1,400 worth of merchandise and simply walked out of the store.
The two story faded yellow brick home is about to be torn down, possibly by next Wednesday to make way for a new Walmart store.
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