Clarksville Police make arrest in Habitat for Humanity theft, seek second suspect

Posted at 11:31 AM, Jun 21, 2019

CLARKSVILLE, Tenn. (WTVF) — Two men made multiple trips in their theft of items from the Habitat for Humanity store in Clarksville June 7 and 8. One of the men is now in custody, but Clarksville police are still looking for the other suspect.

According to police, surveillance footage of the theft shows 52-year-old Bobby Heggie and 22-year-old Patrick Sanchez loading windows, doors and several other items into the bed of a truck.

After further investigation, the stolen items were found for sale on the internet. Anonymous tips also led officers to the location of the truck that was used in the theft, where some of the stolen property happened to be kept.

Heggie was arrested and booked into the Montgomery County jail on June 19 for charges of felony theft. His bond was set at $20,000, but he has already bonded out.

Police are still trying to find Sanchez (pictured below). Anyone with information can call Detective Pew with Clarksville Police at (931) 648-0656, ext. 5365 or the Tipsline at (931) 645-8477.

Both Heggie and Sanchez have previous criminal histories.