Franklin Police are trying to find this man. Earlier this month he stole a 2011 Kia Soul from the parking lot of Paletas Tocumbo on W. Main Street. The car was left running with the keys inside. Police say the man may be homeless. Call if you spot him or know who he is.
Detectives in Franklin want to identify these men. They’re wanted for using stolen credit card information to obtain more than $2,000 in dog food from the Farmer’s Co-Op in Franklin. Detectives say the group used fraudulent credit card info and identities to purchase a variety of items throughout Middle Tennessee.
Franklin Police need your help to identify a repeat, local liquor store shoplifter. At least twice, this suspect visited Westside Wine and Spirits on Front Street, and put two bottles of booze down his pants.
A clerk confronted the suspect during the second in-progress theft, following him out to a light blue Mazda car. That’s when the suspect physically assaulted and then drug the clerk with his car, threatening to run him over. The suspect got away and the clerk was not seriously injured. There is a cash reward of up to $1,000 if you know who the suspect is.
Police in Franklin would like to identify this man. He fled from officers in Cool Springs, driving a stolen 2017 grey Honda Accord. He is wanted on multiple charges, and there is a cash reward for information on his identity.
The suspects, described by a witness as two black males, were driving a dark-colored Honda with a spoiler on the back and paint damage on the front hood. Detectives believe the suspects may have a connection to the Cleveland Park area of East Nashville.
There is a cash reward for information about these burglars.
Detectives are investigating after three Franklin businesses were burglarized early Friday morning. Cash appears to have been the target in all three. Windows were broken out with a rock at the Wilder Boutique, Frothy Monkey, and the Juice Bar, all in Franklin’s downtown.
Franklin Police are seeking information on two black male suspects and the blackHonda Civic they were driving. Police are stepping up patrols and suggest that businesses do not leave on-premise cash overnight, especially in cash registers or safes that can be picked up and moved.
There is a cash reward for information in these cases.
Franklin Police are hoping someone might recognize this woman. She’s wanted for using stolen credit cards at the Cool Springs Target. The loss in this case is nearly $3,000. There is a cash reward for information.
Franklin Police are working to identify two suspects wanted for stealing a woman’s wallet in Cool Springs.
The victim inadvertently left her wallet in a chair outside of JCPenney. The couple in these surveillance photos saw the unattended wallet when they were walking by. The female suspect then picked up the wallet and put it into her baby’s diaper bag. The couple left in a full-size champagne colored SUV with tinted windows.
Franklin Police want to identify this thief, wanted for using credit cards stolen from a victim’s purse, who inadvertently left it in the ladies’ room at the Galleria. The purse was later turned in but the wallet was missing. The suspect pictured here used the stolen credit cards at several area businesses. She was driving this white Pontiac with a maroon trunk.
A cash reward of up to $1,000 is available, with an anonymous call to Crime Stoppers: (615) 794-4000 anonymous eTipclick here
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