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By SAMANTHA HEARN

This week’s crime report issued by the Brentwood Police Department includes two recovered vehicles and several general thefts.

A 2005 Honda Odyssey was stolen from a home on Jones Parkway in Brentwood by an acquaintance of the resident, and it was recovered on Nov. 17 by Metro Nashville Police. The suspect was arrested.

The Brentwood Police Department recovered a 2009 Saturn Aura on Franklin Road after it was stolen from Jackson, Tenn. on Nov. 20. The suspect was arrested.

A purse and its contents were stolen from a vehicle parked on Montclair Boulevard on Nov. 18. The front driver’s side window was broken. Police have no suspects.

One of Brentwood’s soccer fields on Mallory Lane had its turf damaged by a vehicle running over it sometime between Nov. 18 and 21. Police have no suspects.

Multiple gift cards were stolen from the Mapco on Commerce Way by an employee between the time frame of July 8 and Nov. 2. The suspect was identified. An arrest has not yet been made.

Sometime between Aug. 24 and Nov. 18, truck bed cover panels were stolen from the exterior of a residence on Brushboro Drive near the garage. Police have no suspects.

Money was taken from the self-check kiosk at the Franklin Road Kroger on Nov. 18. The suspect was arrested.

A wallet and its contents were taken from a victim’s purse while she shopped at TJ Maxx on Franklin Road on Nov. 20. Police have no suspects.

If you have any information on these crimes, contact the Brentwood Police Department at 615-371-0060.

Samantha Hearn reports for Home Page Media Group. She can be reached via email at samantha@brentwoodhomepage.com

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