Franklin Police and Crime Stoppers are offering a cash reward for information on this suspect. The suspect is wanted in connection to a burglary of Arbor Antiques at 202 South Margin Street on March 26 at approximately 3:22 am. The suspect was inside the business for approximately 20 seconds before leaving without any property. He appeared to be a white male approximately 5’8″ tall and wearing light colored clothing.
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Franklin Police are hoping that the public can help identify this shoplifter wanted
for stealing sets of markers and watercolor paints totaling $474 from the Hobby
Lobby at 1113 Murfreesboro Road on February 21. A cash reward is available for
anonymous information that leads to an arrest.
Franklin Police want area retailers to know about this arrest of an Atlanta suspect found in possession of more than a dozen cloned credit cards. Officers arrested 39-year-old Sadifiku Shabaaz shortly after he fled from Kohl’s on March 14. Shabaaz was attempting to purchase $386 in merchandise using a cloned credit card and then fled after the transaction failed. Responding officers found Shabaaz hiding nearby, with more than a dozen cloned credit cards in his possession.
Shabaaz, charged with Criminal Simulation, Fraudulent Use of a Credit Card, and Identity Theft is free on the $18,500 bond set by the Magistrate. Detectives believe other area retailers could have fallen victim to similar crimes involving this same suspect, and want those retailers to know about Shabaaz’s identification and arrest. He was driving a black Dodge Charger while in the Franklin area. Any retailer who believes Shabaaz has victimized their store is asked to call Franklin Police: (615) 794-2513.
Franklin Police and Crime Stoppers are offering a cash reward for information that helps ID this thief. On March 2, he used credit cards stolen from a Concord Rd. YMCA locker to purchase hundreds in gift cards at a Franklin Walgreen’s. Call Crime Stoppersif you recognize him: (615) 794-4000.
Franklin Police and Crime Stoppers are offering a cash reward of up to $1,000 for information leading to the identification of these suspects. On February 13, they used a stolen credit card to purchase nearly $4k at the Cool Springs Apple Store.
Recognize them? Submit an eTip or Call Crime Stoppers: (615) 794-4000
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George Brandon Doubler Age: 36 Clarksville, Tennessee
Fast forward to February 27, 2018, when the FPD released this surveillance video of an unidentified suspect stealing a pair of Beats brand headphones from the Cool Springs Apple Store. Anonymous phone and text tips quickly poured in from citizens identifying Doubler, now six years older, as the suspect.
Fighting crime is a partnership between the community and the police. Things like the Crime Stoppers line and FPD’s anonymous text tip program provide citizens who want to do good opportunities to share information, anonymously. Both voice and text tips led Franklin Police to Doubler as the previously unidentified Apple Store thief in this case.
Doubler, charged with Shoplifting – again, is due in court March 15 at 1 pm.