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Crime Of The Week: Sept. 16, 2008


NASHVILLE, Tenn. - Crime Stoppers need help solving a burglary in Madison.

A computer heist was caught on tape. It happened at a store that rents merchandise to the public.

The information someone has could be worth up to $1,000 in cash.

On July 6, Metro Police responded to a burglar alarm at an Aaron Rents store in Madison.

When they arrived at 1028 S. Gallatin Pike, they found a broken frame on the front door. Someone broke into the store and stole a Dell computer. The heist was caught on tape.

Surveillance video shows the man throwing a large rock through the door.

He grabbed the computer and a monitor.

Police said he is a white male who is between 5 feet 6 inches and six feet tall.

At the time of the burglary, he was wearing red shorts, dark shoes and white socks. He didn't have on a shirt.

He had short hair and possibly a thin goatee.

Police said the surveillance video is not the greatest, but someone still might be able to identify the suspect.

South Gallatin Pike is a major road and even at 4 a.m. there's some traffic.

If anyone has information that can help police solve the burglary at the Aaron Rents store call Crime Stoppers.

The number is 74-CRIME. Callers can remain anonymous and could get a $1,000 reward.

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