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LPD apprehends one alleged burglar, seeks another

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This is the second suspect sought by police

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.

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