More burglaries in the news for Rutherford County. The Sheriff's Office is asking for the public's help in their search for the possible suspects.
Evidently, the homeowners were out of town when the first break in occurred, but little did the culprits know that the residents returned home after the first crime and installed security cameras.
Arrests for Auto Burglary were made in the Hamptons Subdivision of Murfreesboro early Wednesday (5/23/18) morning.
While vehicle break-in's are fairly common, this break-in more so broke the heart of the victim after he put so much time and sweat equity into his 1987 Chevrolet Silverado truck that was vandalized in the act of breaking into it.
Someone broke into an East Main Street church in Murfreesboro. The question now is, who broke into the house of worship?
MPD Sgt. Allen Cox quickly drew his weapon and held three individuals at gunpoint until back up responded to the multi family home.
An Eagle Street man in Murfreesboro has been arrested after being accused of breaking into two cars on Mercury Boulevard.
Two purses were stolen on Thursday in Murfreesboro at area parks. In both cases, the victims left their purse in their vehicles as they went for a walk.
Murfreesboro Police Detective Sgt. Katrina Henderson told WGNS that thieves continue to break into cars throughout the city. Henderson said thieves are patrolling parking lots...
Several vehicles were broken into on both Monday and Tuesday nights in Murfreesboro.
The juveniles were arrested for burglary and theft. A call to their parents closed out the night on Monday for the teens.
Nike Air Jordan's were the only item that appeared to be targeted in a Murfreesboro apartment theft.
In one case, someone broke into the back door of a house on Douglas Avenue near Old Salem Road.
One day before Christmas Eve, an 18-year old man and an 18-year old woman were arrested and charged with four counts of "Burglary to an Auto."
A local carpenter who was accused of breaking into a South Church Street business by cutting a hole into a wall has been arrested.
Once officers were on the scene, they quickly saw this was not an ordinary break-in.
The burglar made his way into the Hawthorne Park South apartment after finding an unlocked window.
Talk about a tense situation, a woman told Murfreesboro Police that she found an unknown man standing next to her living room table.
Smyrna Police are asking for the public’s assistance in identifying a male suspect who can be seen on video at WGNSradio.com, breaking into the Kwik Sack Tobacco and Beer store at 543 Almaville Rd. In the video, the suspect appears to be in a red Chevrolet pick-up truck with a custom hood.
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