police reports

• On June 21 at around 8:04 a.m., a Long Ridge Road complainant advised Knox County Sheriff’s Office he found an unknown suspect had entered his vehicle and stolen items from the glove compartment. He stated the doors to the vehicle had been unlocked and no damage was done. Estimated loss $40.

• On June 15, 2016, at around 11:50 a.m., KCSO was contacted by Pinnacle Security of a theft at Off Broadway Shoes. KCSO made contact with store manager who stated that two white males and two white females had entered the store and that one of the white females had concealed three pair of Nike flip flops into her purse. Suspect exited the store with the two white male suspects and entered into a white Chevrolet Aveo with Tennessee registration. Suspects left parking lot. Estimated loss about $30.

• On June 22 at around 1:09 p.m., a Foremast Road complainant advised KCSO that between midnight, June 11, and 1:59 p.m., June 16, an unknown suspect took a 2000 Buick Regal vehicle. He advised the vehicle was locked and parked at Campbell Station Park and did not have a spare key inside of it. He advised he has checked with several tow companies to see if the vehicle had been towed. Copy of report given to LEIDS for NCIC entry. Estimated loss $3,500.

• On June 24, 2016, at around 2:29 a.m., a Cheshire Drive complainant/victim stated to KCSO that someone had stolen two laptop computers, NIKE shoes, ear buds and Bluetooth speakers from his hotel room sometime between 11:30 p.m. and 2 a.m. Both victims are staying in room 302 at the Clarion Inns & Suites, 11312 Campbell Lakes Drive, Farragut. Both victims stated that they did not have any suspect information and that there was no forced entry. The clerk stated that there are security cameras and they would need to be accessed by the manager. Estimated loss $869.

• On June 24 at around 12:05 p.m., a Bombay Palace complainant stated to KCSO he believes around 2 a.m., June 21, person(s) unknown entered his vehicle and stole his business checkbook. According to the complainant there was no damage to the vehicle so he believes it must have been unlocked. The complainant said he was unaware the checkbook was gone until he was contacted this date by the Suntrust branch off Merchants Road regarding someone trying to cash one of the checks. The victim is the owner of Bombay Palace off Parkside Drive. The complainant requested an officer be sent to Merchants Road Suntrust to try and locate the suspects. A Knoxville City Police officer was sent. Suspect(s) were no longer at the bank.