Multiple cars broken into - Thousands of dollars withdrawn from bank accounts in Rutherford County

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Police Chief Kevin Arnold in Smyrna tells WGNS that detectives need your help identifying a theft suspect.  Robert Rickman has more...



On June 13th, in Smyrna and on MTSU’s Campus in Murfreesboro,  cars were burglarized and vandalized, identities were stolen and documents forged. 

Windows were smashed and purses were stolen from victim’s vehicles.  The female suspect (pictured) allegedly used the victim’s ID and bank cards to identify herself as the victim in each case and withdrew thousands of dollars from bank accounts.  She also used credit and debit cards to buy Visa Gift cards with the victims’ funds, according to Chief Arnold.


The same female suspect is thought to have been involved in a similar crime in Hendersonville on June 10th, 2014.  All of the crimes occurred during daytime hours. Robert Rickman, WGNS news.

f anyone has any information that could lead to the identification of this suspect, please contact Det. Jason Anderson at the Smyrna Police Department at 615-459-6644.


Kevin Arnold, Chief Of Police - Smyrna Police Department


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