From the WGNS Shoplifting Files this week, we head to Walmart on South Rutherford Boulevard.
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.
$3,600 Worth of sunglasses were stolen from the Sunglass Hut on Medical Center Parkway in the Avenue. In case you are curious, the brand of the shades were Gucci, so the theft totaled nine pairs of sunglasses.
This time around, two females entered the store on September 21,2018 and started taking items... A lost prevention worker spotted the duo and kept a watchful eye on the women.
According to management, five females entered the Medical Center Parkway store and shoplifted over $6,700 in clothing.
The Victoria's Secret employee went to the front of the store and actually laid across the display table to keep the two visitors from stealing the items that were on the table.
An employee at the store told Murfreesboro Police this past Thursday (3/30/17) that a woman walked in and grabbed a handful of merchandise near the front door and fled the scene.
Three full sized desktop computers were stolen from the Walmart on Old Fort Parkway in Murfreesboro.
A store employee of Hibbett's Sporting Goods in Murfreesboro was assaulted during a large shoplifting incident.
A shoplifting theft at the Walmart on Joe B. Jackson Parkway at South Church Street added up to over $2,000.
This time, a large black male described as having a "Large belly," stole over $1,000 in merchandise from the ULTA store on Wednesday.
While no arrests have been made in recent shoplifting incidents in Murfreesboro at Victoria's Secret, two arrests have been made in Nashville at a shopping mall.
Forever 21 in Murfreesboro was the recent victim to a shoplifting incident that added up to over $300 in clothing and merchandise.
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 police report shows that officers questioned Sullins and she admitted to selling Oxycodone for $10 per pull and Alprazolam for $3 a pill.
The duo allegedly entered Dicks Sporting Goods, Best Buy, Ulta Beauty and Off Broadway Shoes stealing everything from perfume to laptop computers.
Multiple handbags and wallets were taken during a shoplifting incident at Marshall's on Thompson Lane in Murfreesboro.
$700 in sunglasses were stolen from the Sunglass Hut in Murfreesboro on Medial Center Parkway.
An alleged shoplifter busted at Walmart on Memorial Boulevard apparently had a few surprises waiting for him when Murfreesboro Police showed up.
A woman who allegedly shoplifted over $150 in merchandise from the Walmart store on Old Fort Parkway took off on foot prior to police arriving.
Over $500 in merchandise was stolen from the Walmart store on Old Fort Parkway. Murfreesboro Police got the theft call on Monday night.
The pricey two wheeled device is an electric powered board that is one of the listed "Hot Gifts of 2015."
When the worker asked if she could help him, he reportedly started cussing her in the children's clothing store located in Murfreesboro.
This time, three females and one male in their early twenties entered the store and loaded shopping bags with undergarments and gym clothes and then ran.
A man who appeared to be in his forties helped himself to two leaf blowers and two chainsaws.
A homeless man by the name of Bryan Lane has been arrested and charged with theft after getting into what was described as a fight with a Walmart Loss Prevention worker.
If you recently received a gift of perfume from your boyfriend, is he a tall, heavy set white male?
When a store employee at the Avenue location approached one of the three subjects to ask if they needed help, they left the store in various directions on foot. They reportedly left with over $3,600 in push up bras.
Murfreesboro Police were called to the Hobby Lobby on Old Fort Parkway in reference to a theft on Monday.
Since 2012, over $20,000 in merchandise has been shoplifted from the two Victoria's Secret Stores in Murfreesboro.
A loss prevention worker in the store caught the theft on video and says Johnson hid items under her clothing.
The Department of Children Services were called after a woman was caught allegedly shoplifting inside the JC Penny Store.
Murfreesboro Police need your help in identifying a man accused of stealing a cooler. This is not just any cooler though, it was a $350 Yeti brand cooler that was thieved from Quality Furniture on Old Fort Parkway.
After the shopping carts were full, the culprit made a quick exit out of the store without paying for anything. Once in the parking lot, the woman loaded the merchandise into her car.
According to the incident report, the two black females entered the store and filled up three shopping baskets with shoes and then fled the store. Sgt. Kyle Evans with the police...
The alleged theft was reported at the Old Fort Parkway store inside the local mall.
$660 worth of clothing was recovered by a loss prevention worker at the JC Penny store...
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.
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.
The theft occurred several days ago and WGNS obtained the official police report that outlined the shoplifting case soon after the woman was released from the hospital...
We have another beer theft story for you, this one unfolded on Labor Day at Walmart on South Rutherford Boulevard in Murfreesboro.
As heard in past news stories, shoplifting in Murfreesboro and throughout America, drives prices up for corporate and local businesses.
5-Cases of Bud Light weigh approximately 60-pounds… that is what one Christiana man got away with on Sunday afternoon.
When police arrived they observed the security video footage that showed Benjamin Tankard reportedly stealing $138 in groceries...
The workers grabbed the cart and the culprit lost his grip. During the struggle, the man actually lost his left shoe.
The subject grabbed 79 cans of baby formula adding up to over $1,200. The woman also snagged $75 worth of...
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 another shoplifting story… A loss prevention worker at Kohl’s Department Store on Old Fort Parkway notified police when he saw a female load up a shopping cart and then push it out of the store.
The man evidently went to the car audio department and grabbed a 12-inch sub-woofer.
According to a Murfreesboro Police Report, close to $1,000 of makeup was taken form the store on Tuesday evening.
In our strange, but true shoplifting story of the day, a Walmart worker called Murfreesboro Police when a woman selected 20-large containers of Gain Detergent...
In our Rutherford County shoplifting story of the day, a worker at Sally’s Beauty Supply on Memorial Boulevard called the police after six men walked in and stole over $500 worth of hair extensions.
Over the next couple of weeks, WGNS will highlight new shoplifting cases on a daily basis as the problem does seem to be growing. In this story, a heavy set female wearing spandex...
An illegal shoplifting trip will cost one store over $700. The Aeropostle store in the Stones River Mall called the police department after mall security learned of a shoplifter.
Past police reports confirm that the Victoria’s Secret Store in the Avenue and at the local shopping mall are the most heavily shoplifted stores in the City of Murfreesboro, financially speaking.
After loading the cart up and finishing her shopping expedition up, instead of rolling the cart through a checkout line, she allegedly rolled the cart out the front doors.
According to a Loss Prevention employee of Walmart, two women stole over $1,400 worth of merchandise and simply walked out of the store.
Sam’s Wholesale Club evidently caught on to the theft in question… it was just a matter of time before the culprit was caught, but we use that word cautiously because an actual arrest has yet to be made.
Thanks to the help of a loss prevention officer at Kohl’s Department Store on Old Fort Parkway in Murfreesboro, officers were able to nab two women accused of shoplifting from multiple stores.
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