Crime Stoppers cash offered for ID of felony shoplifters

Franklin Police are seeking information on a couple of jewelry thieves. On October 13, these women stole about $1,300 worth of jewelry from a display case at Express, in the CoolSprings Galleria. They left in this maroon Nissan Murano. 

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Crime Stoppers cash offered for ID of felony shoplifters

Franklin Police and Crime Stoppers are offering a cash reward to anyone who can identify these thieves. Wednesday afternoon they tried stealing 15 Apple Pencils valued at nearly $2,000. They dropped several of them after being confronted by Apple Store employees. The two left in a bright green Dodge Charger.

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(615) 794-4000
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Citizen tips ID fitness tracker thieves

 

In January, Franklin Police asked for your help to identify two shoplifters, wanted for stealing several  Fitbit fitness trackers from the Cool Springs Target. Citizens tips led to their identification as Raymond Worden, 27, of Smyrna and 24-year-old Victoria Henn of Antioch.

Both suspects have been arrested and are due in court to face theft charges on February 14. The Franklin Police Department is thankful to an engaged community of citizens willing to help identify suspects caught on camera, like Worden and Henn.

 

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This couple shoplifted several fitness trackers; now police want to track them down

Read the February 4, 2019 Arrest Update

Posted January 8, 2019: Franklin Police want to identify two shoplifters. On January 4, they stole several  Fitbit fitness trackers from the Cool Springs Target – and now officers want to track them down. The couple got away with three trackers totaling about $700. They left the store in a black Ford F-150 pickup.

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ID sought for individual who took someone else’s cash-back at self-serve checkout

Franklin Police want to identify this individual, seen taking $40 that was inadvertently left behind by another self-serve checkout customer. It happened on June 12 at the Columbia Avenue Kroger.

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