Police Work 13 Robberies, 34 Burglaries May 30-June 5

Friday, June 21, 2013

Chattanooga Police worked 13 robberies and 34 burglaries in the period May 29-June 6.

Robberies were at the Krystal on Highway 58, 1806 Williams St., 1901 E. Main St., 4616 Sunflower Lane, Rite Aid at 5441 Highway 153, 3514 5th Ave., 1905 S. Willow St., Sonic at 3907 Brainerd Road, Bank of America ATM at 4608 Rossville Blvd., 1800 E. 17th St., Kankus at 4408 Highway 58, 2400 5th Ave. and 1900 E. 19th St.

Burglaries were at Academy Sports at 5953 Highway 153, Uncle Bob's Self Storage at 6601 Lee Highway, 7240 Aventine Way, Walmart at 2020 Gunbarrel Road, 809 N.

Moore Road, 4719 Pawnee Trail, Broad Street Machine at 2614 Broad St., 1717 Colonial Shores Dr., 1914 Randolph St., 2061 Mae Dell Road, 4006 6th Ave., 3211 12th Ave., 3617 5th Ave., Hamilton Pointe Apartments at 6574 E. Brainerd Road, 3613 Clio Ave., 2317 Ridgecrest Dr., 2401 Fairleigh St., Northside Inn at 5433 Dayton Blvd., 2115 Bailey Ave., 1716 E. 25th St., 8209 Old Lee Highway, 2200 E. 37th St., 8209 Old Lee Highway again, 1126 Fairmount Ave., 2241 E. 24th St., 2820 3rd Ave., 1105 E. 14th St., 608 Shannon Ave., The Haven at Commons Park Apartments at 7477 Commons Blvd., 2755 6th Ave. Ct., 4122 St. Elmo Ave., 1800 Chamberlain Ave., 4618 Leslie Lane and 2710 Dodson Ave.  


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