Crime Stoppers Crime Of The Week: December 29, 2010
NASHVILLE, Tenn. - Crime Stoppers is offering a reward of $1,000 for clues called in to 74-crime that will help solve the string of fast food robberies that have occurred throughout the Nashville area.
There have been numerous robberies occurring at several fast food restaurants and the safety of the general public is of concern to law enforcement. That's why police are requesting assistance from the public in identifying these subjects who are involved with these particular robberies.
On Tuesday, December 7, a McDonald's at 4700 Charlotte Ave. and a Wendy's at 206 21st Ave. S were robbed by the same group within 30 minutes of each other. In both incidents, the robbers took money from the register and from the safe at gun point. PHOTOS: Surveillance Photos From Fast Food Robberies
Since the robbery, several other fast food restaurants have been robbed by these same subjects, and they include, KFC, Jack in the Box, and several other Wendy's restaurants and one other McDonald's.
One robber is described as a male black in his mid 20's to early 30's, 5'7" to 6'1", and 175-180 pounds. The other suspect is a male black, similar age but 5'6" to 5'8" and 140-165 pounds.
Anyone who recognizes these suspects are urged to contact the Nashville Crime Stoppers.
If you have information which might help Metro police solve these robberies, call Crime Stoppers at 74-crime. If the information results in the arrest and prosecution, Nashville Crime Stoppers will pay a reward of $1,000 cash.
Crime stoppers will also pay up to $1000 for clues called in to 74-crime on any other major crime, wanted persons with felony warrants, and information resulting in the arrest and prosecution of persons with stolen property or drugs that amount to a felony.
You now have three ways to submit your confidential and anonymous tip. You can visit www.nashvillecrimestoppers.com, call 74-crime or text the word cash, then your message to: crimes (274637). All three ways are totally anonymous and secure. You will only be known by the code number that you are issued.