Auto burglaries are on the increase across Rutherford County, and Smyrna Police have surveillance photos of two crimes in progress. If you recognize this man, contact Smyrna Detective Allan Nabours at 615-267-5434.
The Murfreesboro Police Department is investigating a rash of vehicle break-ins where car windows were shattered, vehicles broken into and items stolen early Monday morning, Oct. 7.
Auto break-ins are dramatically increasing locally. Always remember to lock your car doors.
At least two vehicles were broken into outside of Gold's Gym on the Old Fort Parkway.
Residents in the area of Splash Place, Carbon Copy Court and Rocking Horse Lane -- all near Osborne Lane -- and Shelby Street near South Church, are the latest victims of auto burglaries in Murfreesboro.
A rash of auto burglaries have been reported in Murfreesboro in the Riverbend Drive area.
Several Blackman area residents have reported their vehicles have been broken into and items taken.
NewsRadio WGNS continues to follow the story of criminal activity in the Bradyville Pike area. In fact, a listener called to tell us her home was recently broken into after she heard our story about a rash of auto burglaries.
A rash of vehicle burglaries has been reported in the Bradyville Pike and Carolyn Court area. Murfreesboro Police reports from Monday were filled with vehicle burglaries and vandalisms.
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