Verizon Wireless Theft

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Murfreesboro Police are investigating a burglary at the Verizon Wireless store on Old Fort Parkway, in front of Target.

Murfreesboro Police Officer Michael Payne reports arriving at the store to find Jeannie Dillard, the district manager.

She reported one of the employees attempted to unlock the door to the store Wednesday morning just before 9, but was unable to get in.


They finally made entry by a side door and discovered many phones missing and a surveillance system pulled down.

A money safe and cellphone safe were all destroyed and items taken. The entrances were also vandalized and security system ripped out.


Payne reports they were able to pull video showing two black males entering the store before the surveillance system was pulled down. Dillard told police she received a surveillance system power failure around 2:30am.

The cell phone theft is believed to be more than 60-thousand dollars while damage to the building is over one-thousand dollars. Murfreesboro Police are investigating.

SOURCE: MPD Incident Report 16-17054

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