LAWRENCE COUNTY, Tenn. (WKRN) - The Lawrence County Sheriff's Department is searching for a capacity unit criminal who could be answerable for as numerous as about six comparable violations in the last not many months.
Authorities portray the crook as explicit and striking. He supposedly drives to capacity units in the day in a red minivan.
"Everyone loathes a hoodlum. That remains constant, particularly somebody like this," Sheriff John Myers said.
News 2 has acquired observation film of the most recent wrongdoing. Specialists tell News 2 it occurred on October 7, yet the sheriff's area of expertise just educated of the most recent break-in on October 20.
Video from the storeroom at Prosser Road and Highway 64 shows a hoodlum driving a red Dodge Caravan into a capacity unit that isn't ensured by a gate.
"The one we are dealing with today was one out of five or six that has occurred in the recent months," the sheriff said.
The sheriff said the criminal uses the van to safeguard himself while he utilizes bolt cutters to cut the low-security lock. The sheriff shows News 2 numerous photos of locks where the metal bar has been cut in half.
"They really make a lock explicitly for an extra space and it is hard to get bolt cutters on it. The ones we saw that had been opened up had quite recently a normal latch on it so he had the option to receive in fast and receive what he needed in return," Myers said.
According to the sheriff, the desperado took instruments, ammo, and hunting gear from a storage that is possessed by a Tennessee state trooper. He said the lawman turned casualty was most bombshell when he discovered that the cheat took a guitar with a lot of wistful value.
"Yeah, he was certainly vexed. He was quite distraught with regards to that guitar. I called him. I don't know how much cash that guitar is worth yet it has some wistful worth to this is on the grounds that it has some down home music stars who marked it," Myers said.
The sheriff says the red minivan could be the way to breaking the case. The traveler side back tail light is either broken or a reseller's exchange style. In the event that anybody has any data they are encouraged to contact the Lawrence County Sheriff's Department at 931-762-1608.
Additionally, the sheriff suggests checking capacity units consistently and getting a lock explicitly intended for extra spaces that are hard to cut with bolt cutters.