Reward issued in Mt. Juliet burglary

Wilson County Crimestoppers issued Thursday a reward for information leading to the conviction of those responsible for a burglary last month at a Mt. Juliet Dollar General.
Oct 4, 2013

 

Wilson County Crimestoppers issued Thursday a reward for information leading to the conviction of those responsible for a burglary last month at a Mt. Juliet Dollar General.

Cigarettes, cash and toothpaste were swiped from the Dollar General store at 3288 S. Mt. Juliet Road sometime between Sept. 8-9. The reward is up to $1,000 in exchange for information.

According to Det. Chris Hodge with the Wilson County Sheriff’s Department, suspects broke into the store by sawing through the roof and exited with a saw through a wall.

“They took cash, cigarettes and drinks,” said Hodge.

Feminine hygiene products and diapers were also stolen.

Hodge said the suspects left with the stolen merchandise in totes they stole from the store.

Anyone with information may sheriff’s investigators at 615-444-1459 or Wilson County Crimestoppers at 615-444-5245.

 

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