By SAMANTHA HEARN
This week’s Brentwood crime report includes a stolen laptop by a suspected ex-girlfriend, several counts of shoplifting and employee theft from companies.
Sometime between Oct. 6 and 7, a woman’s purse and its contents were stolen from a vehicle parked on High Lea Road. There were no signs of forced entry and police have no suspects.
On Oct. 7, a laptop computer and clothes were stolen from a vehicle on Bakers Bridge Avenue. There were no signs of forced entry, but a former girlfriend is listed as a suspect.
A paint sprayer was taken from an open bed of a truck parked on Wildwood Drive on Oct. 7. Police have no suspects.
On Oct. 10, credit cards were stolen from a vehicle parked at the Maryland Farms YMCA. There were no signs of forced entry. Police have no suspects.
At the 1700 block of Raintree Parkway, graffiti was painted on the exterior of a tank owned by the City of Brentwood. The incident happened sometime between Sept. 27 and Oct. 11. Police have no suspects.
A Franklin Road Kroger employee stole money from the company between Aug. 24 and Oct. 2. The suspect was arrested.
A Moores Lane Home Depot employee stole money from the company between Sept. 8 and Oct. 6. The suspect was arrested.
Sometime between Oct. 2 and 6, furniture and household items were taken from a home listed for sale on Old Hickory Boulevard. Police have no suspects.
A ring was stolen from the master bedroom of a home on Prince Philip Cove on Oct. 7. A family member was listed as a suspect but no arrests have been made.
Clothing was shoplifted from the TJMaxx on Franklin Road on Oct. 7. Two suspects were arrested.
A Midsouth Premier Opthalmics employee stole money from the company between March 24 and Oct. 10. The suspect was identified and charges are pending.
An employee of Which Wich on Cadillac Drive stole money from the company between Sept. 21 and Oct. 11. The suspect was identified and charges are pending.
Clothing was shoplifted from the Nike Factory Outlet on Oct. 11 at Galleria Boulevard. Police suspect a white male and a black male between the ages of 20 and 25 who left together in a red SUV.
Clothing and a backpack were shoplifted from the Old Navy store at Galleria Boulevard on Oct. 11. Police suspect a black female, 5’3”, 160 pounds with a small child who left in a white Kia SUV.
A campaign sign was taken from a front yard on Willowmet Drive sometime between Oct. 9 and 12. Police have no suspects.
If you have any information on these crimes, contact Brentwood Police at 615-371-0160.
Samantha Hearn reports for Home Page Media Group. She can be reached via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or on Twitter @samanthahearn.