Police Work 8 Robberies, 32 Burglaries July 11-17

Saturday, July 27, 2013

Chattanooga Police worked eight robberies and 32 burglaries for the period July 11-17.

Robberies were at 1804 E. 26th St., 7762 Basswood Dr., Walgreen's at 110 N. Market St., 800 May St., 2116 Foust St., 1917 Foust St., 1704 S. Willow St., and 3404 Birchwood Dr. 

Burglaries were at 3615 Tanaka Trail, 1719 Citico Ave., 2604 E. 32nd St., 6431 Bonny Oaks Dr., Kangaroo Express at 6960 Lee Highway, 2300 Wilson St., 306 W. Matlock St., 6074 Browntown Road, 2309 Elmendorf St., 7802 Basswood Lane, 4300 7th Ave.

, 3402 Jerome Ave., 2600 E. 37th St., 4903 Carolyn Lane, 7759 Basswood Dr., 3113 5th Ave., 1505 N. Moore Road, 104 N. Moore Road, 1715 Anderson Ave., 1108 N. Hawthorne St., Market Street Tire and Auto at 1271 Market St., 6445 Middle Dr., 1985 Maple Hills Way, 708 Gillespie Road, 3903 Lightfoot Mill Road, North River Alliance Church at 5954 Highway 153, 3003 4th Ave., 2106 E. 18th St., 4308 12th Ave., 4648 Cary Lane, 715 Frazier Circle, and 4827 Jersey Pike.   


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