More than $8,000 in property is missing from a Franklin County, Tenn., residence, after the Franklin County Sheriff’s Office says burglars hit a home at 3016 AEDC Road.
According to a FCSO news release, a 50-inch flat screen TV, a Remington rifle, two boxes of jewelry and some tools were stolen between Oct. 6 and Oct. 7. The alleged burglary occurred near Winchester, Tenn.
The release states an unknown person or persons forced entry into the home through the back door. A small building near the home was also burglarized, the release states.
Anyone with information is asked to call Inv. George Dyer of the Franklin County Sheriff’s Office at 931-962-0123 or 931-308-9420. Crime Stoppers will also take tips at 931-962-4636.
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