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• Aug. 10: A Glenn Abbey Boulevard resident reported to Knox County Sheriff’s Office an unknown suspect took two Apple MP3 players from her vehicle while it was parked unlocked at the residence.

• Aug. 10: Police were called to the defunct Farragut Auto Spa located in the 11000 block of Kingston Pike in response to a claim that electrical wiring and fuse boxes had been stolen from the building. The complainant stated the business is closed and has been foreclosed by First Tennessee Bank. Suspects entered the business by knocking out a panel to a garage door. The loss is estimated to be about $40,000.

• Aug. 9: Police responded to a burglary call at Rice King in the Little Turkey Shopping Center off Kingston Pike in Farragut. Upon arrival, contact was made with the victim who advised investigators the burglary was discovered by her when she arrived at the business the morning of Aug. 9. The victim stated she observed the glass to the front door was shattered. Investigators noted blood around the broken glass and a blood trail down the sidewalk. Inside, officers observed two counter drawers where money and a computer were stored that were apparently rummaged through. The victim advised about $8,000 in cash and a laptop computer were missing.


• Aug. 9: A West Kingsgate Drive resident reported to police a cell phone was taken out of his mailbox by an unknown suspect. The complainant advise the phone was broken and being shipped off for repair. The phone was later discovered discarded in a neighbor’s yard.

• Aug 9: A Glenn Abbey Boulevard resident reported to police an unknown suspect had burglarized a truck, a van and a Ford Mustang parked unlocked at the residence. Missing were a checkbook, wallet, MP3 player, cash and several other items.

• Aug. 7: A theft of service call was placed to police by an employee of Red Robin restaurant after two suspects came into the restaurant, ordered food and ate it, then left without paying. A description of the getaway vehicle and license number were provided to police.

• Aug. 7: A Battlefront Trail resident reported to police an unknown suspect gained entry into a vehicle parked at the address and took an iPod.

• Aug. 7: Police were advised by a Bar Harbour Way resident an unknown suspect broke out the passenger-side window of a vehicle parked at the residence and took a wallet containing credit cards and cash.

• Aug. 5: Police responded to Kohl’s department store in Farragut to arrest two Wellington Drive residents store staff observed conceal clothing, valued at $325, with the intent to deprive the store of property and money.

 

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