Nashville police are looking for four women accused of stealing phones worth $9,000.
NASHVILLE, Tennessee. (WKRN) — The Nashville Police Department is asking the public to help find four women accused of stealing over $9,000 worth of cell phones.
The alleged shoplifting incident took place on May 14 at a Verizon cell phone store at 6800 Charlotte Pike, according to the Metro Nashville Police Department.
Two women allegedly responsible for stealing over $94,000 are arrested near Franklin Kohl.
Metro Nashville police are looking for two women pictured in connection with a shoplifting. (Courtesy of MNPD)
Two women wearing black baseball caps reportedly entered the store around 5:30 pm. Police said one of the women was carrying a child.
Metro Nashville police are looking for a woman pictured in connection with a shoplifting. (Courtesy of MNPD)
Just seconds later, the first two suspects were followed by two more women wearing long black shirts and long dark hair, authorities said.
The women in baseball caps acted as lookouts, while two other women opened a locked display drawer and took 15 mobile phones, police said.
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West Precinct detectives are trying to identify the four women who were caught on video.
Anyone who recognizes the women or has any information is asked to call the Crime Squad at 615-742-7463.