Sevier County Sheriff’s Office Looking For Suspect In Car Burglaries
Sevier County police are looking for a car burglary suspect. On September 26th, police say that there were several cars burglarized in a short amount of time. The Sevier County Sheriff’s office says that in the span of just a few hours, a car parked at Mountain Cove Marina was broken into, another at the Sevierville City Park and finally two cars parked at Parrott Mountain were also victims of burglary. In each of those burglaries…purses were stolen with thieves getting the victim’s ID’s, bank cards, credit cards, checks, social security cards and personal property. Some checks taken in those burglaries were cashed in Blount County and Knox County at TVA Credit Union branches and at Tennessee State Banks in Knox County according to the sheriff’s office. According to Sevier County authorities…the female suspect cashing the checks is driving a newer model black Toyota Sequoia SUV displaying TN tag K0665N and officers discovered that it is a stolen tag from a Knoxville residence. The suspects are also using a silver Chrysler van with unknown Iowa and TN tags.