Over the Holiday weekend, numerous Lebanon residents reported car burglaries, according to Lebanon Police Interim Chief Michael VanHook.
The burglaries were first reported in the Chrissa Lane/South Maple Chase subdivision. Over the rest of the weekend, there were several more reports including the area of Castle Heights Ave. and West Hills area.
At around 3:30 a.m. Monday morning, patrol officers responded to the area of Linwood drive for a vehicle burglary. Lebanon officers, assisted by Wilson County Sheriff's deputies, chased two males on foot through and caught Bradley Anthony, 18, of Westmoreland and charged him with burglary to a vehicle, possession of burglary tools and evading arrest. Several items from other vehicle burglaries were recovered.
The second subject has not been apprehended, VanHook said. He is believed to be a white male with a beard.
Anyone that has information or recognizes the man in the surveillance photo is urged to contact the Lebanon Police Department at 615-444-2323 and ask for Det. Eddie Brown.