Franklin Police are hoping you can help catch a crook. He slipped into the office area of a shop in the Cool Springs Galleria and stole an employee’s credit card out of her purse. The thief then used the victim’s card to make a fraudulent purchase at the nearby Target store. There is a cash reward for information.
Recognize him? Call Crime Stoppers: (615) 794-4000 or click to submit an anonymous eTip ###
Franklin Police are hoping someone might recognize this thief. He used credit cards stolen from a Kroger shoppers purse in Franklin to go on a $12.5k shopping spree in Green Hills, racking up at stores like Apple, Microsoft, and Louis Vuitton.
The victim’s purse was in her shopping cart, and she didn’t realize her wallet had been slipped out of her purse until she was in the checkout line.
On January 31, Franklin Police arrested 45-year-old Michael Lewis, a convicted felon, and 36-year-old Amber Tidwell on a boat in the Four Corners Marina. Metro Police assisted with the arrest which came following a citizen tip.
Lewis and Tidwell are being held in Williamson County on felony charges. They are due in court February 13.
On December 26, Franklin Police released these surveillance photos of two suspects wanted for stealing $16,000 worth of new tires from a metal storage container. Citizen tips identified the suspects as 45-year-old Michael Lewis, a convicted felon, and 36-year-old Amber Tidwell. They may be driving a blue, older model Ford truck with an extended cab and a St. Louis Cardinals sticker on the rear driver’s side window.
Franklin Police & Crime Stoppers are offering a cash reward for information on their whereabouts.
Know where they are? Call Crime Stoppers: (615) 794-4000 orclick to submitan anonymous eTip.
Do you recognize these burglars? They are wanted for burglarizing a metal storage container at approximately 11:40 on December 22 at 100 Mission Court in Franklin. They were caught on camera stealing nearly $16,000 worth of new tires. The truck is a blue older model F150 extended cab with a St. Louis Cardinals sticker on the rear driver’s side window.
There is a cash reward of up to $1,000 for information that could help solve this case.
If you have information call Crime Stoppers: (615) 794-4000
or click to submit an anonymous eTip.
Franklin Police are investigating a home burglary on Astor Way in Franklin on 12/14/2019 at approximately 6:00pm. The suspect was caught on a home surveillance camera. The suspect is described as a white male approximately 5’6″ with a medium build. He left the residence carrying a white purse with dark straps. The suspect gained entry through a glass back door.
Detectives are asking residents in the area to check their home surveillance systems for any footage that might help identify the suspect. A reward of up to $1,000 is being offered for information to help solve this case.
Franklin Police want to identify this suspect, wanted for stealing a car from an apartment complex on September 10. The suspect used credit cards that were in the vehicle to make several purchases at Opry Mills. The vehicle was recovered in north Nashville, but the suspect remains unidentified. Franklin Police and Crime Stoppers are offering a reward of up to $1,000 for information that leads to his identification and arrest.
Franklin Police want to identify a suspect who stole nearly $7,000 in wire & other construction materials, on June 6, from the future home of Ramsey Solutions.
Do you recognize this truck or have information about the suspect? That information is worth up to $1,000 with an anonymous call to Crime Stoppers: (615) 794-4000; or click to submit an anonymous eTip.
An intensive investigation has led to the identification of a suspect responsible for more than 15 auto burglaries, two stolen vehicles, several credit card frauds, and the aggravated burglary to a family home – all in Franklin.
Kedarius Smith, 20, of Nashville, is currently in custody in Simpson County, Kentucky. He is awaiting extradition to Williamson County, where he will be charged in a slew of crimes in Franklin.
Franklin Police are glad that Smith is off the street, but say that the need for residents to lock their car doors every night is as important as ever. “The number of burglaries to cars left unlocked by their owners continues to be a big problem,” said Lt. Charles Warner. “Preventing crime isn’t just police business – it’s everyone’s business. Residents who remove valuables from their vehicle and lock their car up every night are dramatically less-likely to become an auto burglary victim. We need your help, Franklin. Please, PLEASE, lock it up.”
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Released June 4, 2018: New photos are being released of a suspect wanted in a string of auto burglaries from Franklin’s Falcon Creek and Ladd Park neighborhoods.
*** Notice the unusual white spot on the suspect’s right elbow ***
Following the burglaries, this suspect quickly used credit cards he stole from unlocked cars. The unidentified suspect has been seen in the black Nissan pictured below. He has also been seen in a second vehicle, believed to be a black Honda.
Franklin Police and Crime Stoppers are offering a cash reward of up to $1,000 for information about this suspect.
Franklin Police are asking for the public’s help to take an at-large, armed felon off the street.
Early Thursday morning, as seen in this video, the suspect entered several unlocked cars in Franklin’s Ladd Park Subdivision. Only unlocked vehicles were targeted, and the suspect stole anything of value inside: gift cards, credit cards, electronics, etc.
Most troubling is the semi-automatic handgun that was stolen from one of the unlocked cars.The suspect, seen in these still images, used credit cards that were stolen during the burglaries later that same morning at the Walmart on Mallory Lane.
Franklin has seen an uptick in overnight auto burglaries in neighborhoods across the city. Police want to remind residents to remove your purses, computer bags, and other valuables – especially firearms, from your vehicle every night, and lock your car doors. Criminals hate well-lit areas, so be sure to turn on those outside lights, as well.
Franklin Police are offering a Crime Stoppers reward of up to $1,000 to anyone who can identify the suspect in these photographs and this video.
Franklin Police hope that someone might recognize two thieves wanted for using a cloned credit card at several Cool Springs businesses on May 27. Information about either suspect’s identity is worth up to $1,000 with an anonymous call to Crime Stoppers.