2 Men Wanted In Lowe's Power Tool Theft

Posted at 3:37 PM, Jul 13, 2016

Police have been searching for two men who allegedly stole power tools and threatened store employees.

Authorities with the Franklin Police Department said the incident happened July 9 at the Lowe’s on Mallory Lane.

Officials said the two men walked out of the store with nearly $1,000 worth of tools. The merchandise was three Dewalt power tool sets.

According to reports, when employees tried to stop the men, the suspects said for them to get out of the way or they’d get hurt.

The suspects then fled from the store in a red Honda Civic.

Anyone with information on this crime has been asked to call Crime Stoppers at 615-794-4000.