Police Work 8 Robberies, 33 Burglaries, 1 Rape July 18-24

Wednesday, August 7, 2013

Chattanooga Police worked eight robberies and 33 burglaries and one rape July 18-24.

Robberies were at 1707 S. Beech St., 1232 Radmoor Dr., CVS Pharmacy at 1150 Hixson Pike, 5300 Brainerd Road, Ridgeview Baptist Church at 6 N. Moore Road, 7200 Igou Gap Road, 1426 Riverside Dr. and 2300 Wilcox Blvd. 

Burglaries were at 55 E. Main St., Gordon's Cleaners at 1631 McCallie Ave., 6415 Grubb Road, 1510 Vance Ave., 3409 Clio Ave., 1808 Arlington Ave., 4648 Cary Lane, 422 Intermont Dr.

, 2345 Ashford Dr., 4650 Murray Lake Lane, 5555 Hixson Pike, 3909 Bowman Lane, 502 Oak Tree Dr., 1018 Meroney St., 2904 Calhoun Ave., 503 Council Fire Dr., 1006 Fernway Road, 1614 Bennett Ave., 230 Tunnel Blvd., 6607 Ballard Dr., 1200 Mountain Creek Road, 4215 12th Ave., 7236 Bonny Oaks Dr., 3976 Hixson Pike, 415 Rosewood Ave., 609 Fisher Ave., 6661 Sandswitch Road, 2808 4th Ave., 4304 St. Elmo Ave., Family Dollar at 119 N. Market St., 1102 N. Hickory St., 1107 Fairmount Ave. and again at 3409 Clio Ave. 


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