Laundromat Heist: Detectives Seek Public’s Help

Two suspects burglarized Fabric Care Center, causing significant damage and loss.
Public Safety

In the early hours of February 11, the peaceful routine of Nashville’s Fabric Care Center on Dickerson Pike was shattered by a brazen burglary. East Precinct detectives are now appealing to the public for assistance in identifying two suspects involved in the crime, which resulted in substantial financial loss and property damage.

Surveillance footage captured the suspects arriving at the scene in a silver Toyota sedan, conspicuously missing both its license plate and hubcaps, just before 5:30 a.m. Notably, the vehicle sported a Browning deer sticker in the upper left corner of the rear windshield and an ALS sign, symbolizing “I love you,” on the bottom right corner, features detectives hope will aid in its identification.

The suspects, equipped with a crowbar, forcibly entered the laundromat by prying open the front door. Once inside, they demonstrated a determined effort to steal, using bolt cutters to break the locks on coin machines and making off with thousands of dollars in change. The burglary not only resulted in significant loss of money but also caused extensive damage to the property.

The Nashville Police Department is urging anyone with information regarding the silver Toyota or the individuals involved to come forward. Tips can be anonymously submitted to Crime Stoppers at 615-742-7463. The department hopes that with the public’s help, they can bring the perpetrators to justice and prevent further incidents in the community.

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