Mr. Dalton has allegedly been driving a stolen Ford F-350 truck. The truck was reported as stolen from Antioch, TN.
Have you seen this stolen dump truck? If you have, call the Rutherford County Sheriff at 615-904-3032.
Rewards up to $3,000 are being offered for a 2017 XP1000 Polaris Razor stolen between 8 a.m. and 3:30 p.m. from a Leanna Road home near Murfreesboro, said Sheriff's Detective Kyle Norrod.
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.
A $68,000 truck was stolen from Chevrolet of Murfreesboro. The theft was reported on Monday morning.
A card skimmer, a fake ID and multiple credit cards were recovered by police.
A gun stolen from a recent Rutherford County gun store burglary has been recovered in the Nashville area.
A construction worker in Murfreesboro told police he walked into the Florence Road Market on Broad Street at Florence Road and soon after he walked in, he saw his minivan drive away. Evidently, the victim left his van running while going into the convenience store.
A 27-year-old Murfreesboro man was shot in the forearm this past Friday (8/04/2017). The incident occurred in the 300 block of South Bilbro Avenue.
Well, it was number 9 on the list for being one of the most stolen vehicles in America. But, that likely failed to make the news any better for a Murfreesboro man who reported his GMC pickup truck as being stolen on Tuesday.
A resident of an apartment complex on Veterans Parkway near Barfield School reported to Murfreesboro Police that someone stole his motorcycle.
About 1.2 million cars are stolen every year in the U.S. That's one every 26 seconds! And thieves are always on the lookout for an easy target.
How would you feel if you returned home to find out that one of your three newborn puppies were missing?
Most of us think that a $30 to $50 problem is only a minor issue in life, but when you are trying your best to make ends meet, that $30 problem can feel like a $1,000 setback.
Murfreesboro Police are investigating the theft of over 99-thousand dollars worth of jewelry, electronics and cash from a home in the 28-hundred block of Schoolside Drive.
A Nashville man who told a Murfreesboro car dealer that he wanted to test drive one of their cars never returned with the ride.
Two suspects accused of loading a gun safe onto a victim's truck and stealing both the safe and truck were charged by Rutherford County Sheriff's Office detectives.
Apparently, the complainant called the police after discovering that an employee of the BP Gas Station on Manson Pike had stolen about $4,500 worth of lottery tickets, according to a police report.
A trailer that was used for local mission related service, was stolen from First United Methodist Church in Murfreesboro.
It's happened again. Murfreesboro Police are looking for three black females who took over 12-grand in merchandise from the Victoria's Secret store on Medical Center Parkway.
Talk about a bold theft, the suspects pulled into a South Church Street gas station and stole a leaf blower off the back of a landscaping truck.
A GMC Canyon pick-up truck that was stolen in Nashville was tracked down by its owner.
A small technology store in the Stones River Mall has reported to police that 25 pairs of light up LED shoes have been stolen from their inventory.
The theft of a car was reported in Murfreesboro on Tuesday after a local resident left her car running while she was in a local market.
A 31 year old Murfreesboro man called the police department after noticing his firearms were missing from his Ford Edge. According to the police report, the local resident is actually a Murfreesboro Fire Fighter.
A man who dropped off his car to be repaired at a local car dealer was given a loan car to drive, but apparently decided to keep the loaner.
The air compressor, valued at more than $1700, was stolen from the National Car Wash in front of the Rutherford Boulevard Walmart store.
A total of three large flat screen TV's were stolen from a home on Bridge Avenue this past week in Murfreesboro.
Newport cigarettes are being stolen at a large number of gas stations throughout Murfreesboro, carton by carton.
Over $20,000 worth of R22 refrigerant was stolen from Ed's Supply Company on Middle Tennessee Boulevard in Murfreesboro.
A Chevy pickup truck that was reported stolen in Cannon County was found in Murfreesboro. Police spotted the truck on East State Street around 8:00, Wednesday morning.
A Murfreesboro man has been arrested after allegedly selling stolen items on the "Offer Up" app. The phone application connects sellers to buyers online.
A man was taken into custody Friday in connection with two separate thefts that occurred at a Bedford County construction site.
While it may be a little too cold to hit the lake, two Sea Doo's were stolen in Murfreesboro.
A report of a stolen $12,000 men's diamond ring was filed with the Murfreesboro Police Department on Saturday.
Over $24,000 in jewelry was stolen from a Murfreesboro home on Standing Bear Way.
The story of who was driving the stolen SUV did not prove true when the Murfreesboro Police officer noticed a set of Ford keys sitting on the coffee table in the room.
Ford of Murfreesboro has reported that two new vehicles have been stolen, along with the keys.
Some reports show that Nashville Motor Cars failed to pay off vehicles that were traded in. The quagmire has left some car owners with two and even three car payments after thinking they bought only one car.
If you had something stolen in recent months and you live in Davidson or Rutherford Counties, you may want to check out these photos on WGNSradio.com to see if you see your missing items.
A MacBook Pro, headphones and a 12-gauge shotgun were stolen from an East Clark Boulevard home. The 24-year old homeowner told Murfreesboro Police Officer Cory Schalburg it happened between 6:45am and 4:30pm Friday.
Two Dick's Sporting Goods gift cards, valued at five-hundred bucks, were stolen from the Medical Center Parkway retailer.
A rent to own company in Murfreesboro says that a renter put items they are currently renting on their FaceBook page as items that are "For Sale." The incident was reported by HomeSmart on Broad Street.
Someone stole a truck full of tools and so far, the truck has not been found.
The Cannon County Sheriff's Department is continuing an investigation concerning a missing flatbed tractor trailer truck that was reported missing on Monday.
Murfreesboro Police are looking for a 2003 Acura TL, stolen from the home of a Sulpher Springs Road man. According to reports, the car was taken right out of the man's garage Thursday between 8pm and midnight.
Another oven has been stolen in the mighty 'Boro. The theft was reported on Allen Avenue off of West Clark Boulevard near Mitchell Neilson Elementary School.
According to a police report that WGNS obtained, the subject bought the high dollar audio headphones at Walmart and calmly returned the boxes, but replaced the real headphones with fake ones.
Evidently, the equipment was rented from a man claiming to be a DJ...
Talk about an odd theft... an Isuzu box truck was stolen from the parking lot of Embassy Suites in Murfreesboro.
No way... Over 3,000 pounds of USED batteries were stolen from MID-Tenn Metal Exchange in Murfreesboro.
A 2007 Volkswagen Jetta was stolen from the driveway of a home in Murfreesboro. The case could be tied to a home burglary.
The victim was approached by the men while she was sitting on her front porch in a Murfreesboro neighborhood...
The burglar made his way into the Hawthorne Park South apartment after finding an unlocked window.
While on patrol, Officer Prince with the Murfreesboro Police Department ran across a motorist stranded on North Academy Street.
MURFREESBORO - A Seals Way business is out nearly 900-dollars in metal and the theft was caught on tape.
Murfreesboro Police have another case of stolen shingles on their hands. This is shingle theft number six.
The subject used the back door to exit the home and jumped into a small car after the theft and drove away.
Some $40,000 worth of jewelry was reported as stolen by a homeowner in Murfreesboro. The problem is, the owner of the jewelry doesn’t know exactly where the jewelry was taken.
Returning the wrong item to the store is nothing new, but this may be a new twist on scheme. A Murfreesboro man evidently returned a TV to Electronic Express...
This is a story that may turn the stomach of gun collectors. Well over $20,000 worth of firearms and jewelry have been stolen from an address in Murfreesboro.
The victim told officers that he has called the installer numerous times and in conversation, the subject allegedly threatens to never complete the job if he is not paid more money. The victim says he will prosecute.
The victim called PayPal only to realize that no transaction took place and she was now out both the rings and the $6,000 she THOUGHT she sold the rings for.
The $8,000 unit was taken over the past 3-days, but no suspects have been named.
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