Tuesday, August 21, 2018

Vehicle burglaries reported

Lawrenceburg Now
Authorities are investigating a couple of vehicle burglaries reported inside the City of Lawrenceburg late last week.
Officers with the Lawrenceburg Police Department were called to investigate the burglary of a 2007 Chevrolet Colorado on Thursday. The sixteen year old victim, a resident of Columbia, reported that someone had broken into the truck while it was parked on Caperton Avenue, making off with his red Nike backpack and his tennis shoes.

Inside the backpack, he said, was a computer that belonged to the Maury County School System. Loss in the case totaled around $600.
In a second report, officers spoke with a resident of Meadow Street. The victim said that someone had burglarized his 2008 Hummer, and that the suspect may have broken into his home, as well.

The victim said that he noticed his vehicle had been ransacked but thought that his wife had been looking for something. He also found a set of keys that he normally kept in the console of his Hummer, inside, on a kitchen counter.
At the time the report was filed the victim had not determined whether anything was missing from the house. There was around $20 worth of loose change stolen out of the Hummer.
The incidents currently remain under investigation through the department's Criminal Investigation Division.



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