Police Work 10 Robberies, 39 Burglaries July 25-31

Thursday, August 15, 2013

Chattanooga Police worked 10 robberies and 39 burglaries July 25-31.

Robberies were at 1713 Citico Ave., 800 Shallowford Road, 1100 S. Lyerly St., 2626 Williams St.,  Allen's Stop N Go at 4266 Bonny Oaks Dr., 1812 S. Hawthorne St., Walgreens at 5478 Highway 153, 2711 N. Chamberlain Ave., 5011 Marylin Lane and 2040 Hamilton Place Blvd. 

Burglaries were at Market Street Tire and Auto at 1271 Market St., 3567 Dodson Ave., 807 Forest Dale Lane, Servicemaster at 2123 McCallie Ave.

, Mapco Express at 1221 E. Main St., 7522 E. Brainerd Road, 1209 Dugdale St., 1615 Hamill Road, 424 Brown's Ferry Road, 2605 Banks Road, 119 N. Market St., 3113 Rose Terrace, 30 Tunnel Blvd., 906 Dartmouth St., 2736 Tanglewood Road, 3506 3rd Ave., 4708 Tricia Dr., 2255 Center St., 3523 Perry St.,  1809 S. Willow St., 1311 E. 31st St., 1705 S Willow St., 5977 Old Dayton Pike, 5403 Browntown Road, 5420 Hixson Pike, 3813 Kirkland Ave., 7622 Noah Reid Road, 20 Oriole Dr., 2105 E. 12th St., 1126 Grove St., 6560 Esquire Dr., 2101 McCallie Ave., 2800 E. 43rd St., 266 W. 36th St., 2747 6th Ave., 3709 N. Terrace, 3709 Rogers Road, 2408 Bailey Ave. and 103 Patten Chapel Road.     



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