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Franklin Police investigating weekend thefts

Franklin Police investigating rash of overnight auto burglaries

Franklin Police are investigating a rash of overnight auto burglaries in Falcon Creek Subdivision. Twenty-one residents there discovered items, like electronics and cash, missing from their vehicles this morning. In one case, a Nissan Pathfinder with the keys inside was stolen from a driveway and later abandoned in the same subdivision.
Franklin Police are working with Williamson County Sheriff's Deputies, who are also investigating a series of overnight auto burglaries in the nearby Cedarmont Farms Subdivision.
Franklin Police urge residents to lock their car doors and take valuables inside with them. Entry was not forced to a single victim's vehicle, as each of the 21 was left unlocked. Information about this case could be worth up to $1,000 with a simple call to CrimeStoppers at 615- 794-4000.
Franklin Police investigating elaborate weekend burglary
T.J. Maxx to remain closed through this afternoon  
A Cool Springs store will remain closed through this afternoon while detectives gather evidence in an elaborate weekend burglary. Sometime between 10 p.m. Sunday night and 8 a.m. this morning, suspects gained access through the roof to the T.J. Maxx, located at 545 Cool Springs Boulevard.

They were careful to remain undetected by security systems as they made their way to a vault in the store’s cash office. Employees opening up this morning found that the vault had been compromised and called police. Cash appears to have been the main target of this burglary.
Police are asking anyone who may have seen something suspicious this weekend in that area to call detectives at 615-794-2513 or CrimeStoppers at 615-794-4000.

Posted on: 9/30/2013


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