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• Oct. 8: Knox County Sheriff’s Office was alerted by representatives of Best Buy, off Parkside Drive in Farragut, of a burglary. Upon arrival, officers were told by general manager Brian Wark that he was contacted by the alarm company servicing the business after a motion alarm was triggered at about 6 a.m. Wark told police he found the back door to the business forced open and propped open with a chair. Wark stated three unknown suspects were recorded running through the store on the business’s surveillance system. Missing from the store were multiple Apple iPads and HP laptop computers.

• Oct. 8: A worker at Oskie’s restaurant off West End Avenue reported to police a customer ran up a tab and walked out without paying. The tab was run through the suspect’s debit card and declined. The suspect was identified. However, his address remains unknown.

• Oct. 7: A representative of Kohl’s department store in Farragut reported to police the theft of a Seiko watch. There are no suspects.

• Oct. 7: An East Heritage Drive man reported to police an unknown suspect had taken his blue 2006 Honda Odyssey from his driveway. The complainant stated he does have the key in his possession.

• Oct. 6: KCSO was alerted by representatives of Elliott’s Boots, off North Campbell Station Road, of a theft perpetrated by three unknown suspects. The trio of white female ranging in age from 20-to-40 and weighing from 130 to 150 pounds made off with $180 in Uggs shoes. A license plate number was supplied to police.

• Oct. 5: Police responded to Fred Meyers Jewelers located inside Kroger Marketplace in Farragut to investigate the theft of 13 watches from a “watch tower” located on a counter in the store. The complainant stated while a female suspect distracted her the suspect’s male partner took the watches. The complainant stated she was able to get the female suspect’s information from a layaway application she filled out. She also stated the male suspect told her he allegedly works at Sears and gave her his telephone number. Video surveillance cameras recorded the theft and officers observed the male suspect had a tattoo on his neck that spelled “Vincelett.” The suspects left the store and exited the parking lot in a 1996 Honda Accord. The vehicle license plate number was provided to police.

• Oct. 5: A Collingwood Road man and alleged Sears employee reported to police his 1996 Honda Accord was burglarized and about $9,000 in property taken from the vehicle while it was parked at Kroger Marketplace in Farragut.

• Oct. 5: Police were advised by a Confederacy Circle resident an unknown suspect took several items, including gold coins, from her residence. The complainant stated only a carpet cleaner and a caregiver were in the home at the time of the loss.

• Oct. 5: An Alvaros Lane man was advised by KCSO that property belonging to him had been recovered after a search of a residence occupied by a known suspect at a Third Drive address. Post Miranda, the suspect waived his rights and gave written consent for search of his residence whereupon police found numerous stolen items.

• Oct. 4: A representative of Chizek Elevators and Transport reported to police that an ex-employee stole from his company and used illegal drugs in one of his vehicles. Police examined the cab of a truck left off North Watt Road and found drug residue. The complainant stated the suspect used the company fuel card to sell fuel for cash to other drivers. Charges on the card amount to about $1,000.

• Oct. 3: A Glen Willow Drive woman reported to police an unknown suspect gained entry to her vehicle through an open window and stole her suitcase.


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