Help HPD Identify these Thieves

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On 04-16-2017 the three black males pictured above stole four televisions from Hendersonville Walmart.  They left in the pictured maroon minivan.  They also are responsible for carrying out the same crime in Gallatin.  HPD needs your help identifying these persons.

Contact:  Det. Jacob Sprouls          Case #: 17-002589

Armed Robbery; SHOTS FIRED!

On April 4, 2017 at approximately 10:50 PM the Hendersonville Police Department responded to the report of a robbery that occurred at 228 Saunders Ferry Rd. According to the victim he was approached by two subjects who robbed him at gunpoint. The two suspects were wearing masks and fired gunshots as they ran from the robbery. They fled the scene in a dark colored or black sedan.

Case number 17002276, Detective Sprouls.

Help Identify Carjacking Suspect

Shortly after 11pm on 01-17-17 two black males approximately 18-20 years old followed a victim home to the Walton Place Apartments, 126 Walton Ferry Road. As she got out of her vehicle she heard another vehicle rush in behind her. She was then confronted by the suspects where they demanded her purse and car keys. The suspects then left the area in her vehicle with her purse. The suspects were armed with pistols.

On 01-18-17 the vehicle was recovered in the parking lot of the J.C. Napier Homes complex in Nashville, TN.

The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation as assisted in providing the composite sketch of one of the suspects. If you can identify him, please call Crimestoppers at 615-573-5400.

Detective Brewer
Case Number: 17000416
TBI Sketch Artist

Lock Your Car Doors!

The below red vehicle is a suspect vehicle in a vehicle burglary that occurred on 12/02/16 at approximately 9:22 pm at Thornton’s. If you recognize this vehicle, please call Crime Stoppers at 615-573-5400.

Detective Smith Case Number 16-008234

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Armed Robber strikes in Hendersonville; ADVANCED AUTO RAISES REWARD

Advanced Auto is now offering $1500 reward in addition to Crime Stoppers reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the Robbery suspect in this case!!!!!!!!

On December 6, 2016 at 8:01 p.m., the Hendersonville Police Department received a complaint of an aggravated robbery of the clerks at Advanced Auto Parts located 199 West Main Street.  Investigation showed that a black male dressed in black with a black mask entered the store and was armed with a handgun.  The suspect left the store on foot.  Investigation is continuing.

Detective Sean Simms, case number 16008347.

Anyone with information regarding this crime or any crimes is encouraged to call the Hendersonville Crime Stoppers at 615-573-5400.

Tips can also be submitted by text to the number 274637 (crimes) using keyword TIPHPD.

SMART Safety Tips


It’s the most wonderful time of the year…

It’s also the time when people feel the most desperate and will go to greater lengths to steal your money and private information. So how do you protect yourself?  Be SMART!

  • Secure your valuables. Never leave belongings visible in your car. Take them in, lock them in your trunk or keep them with you.
  • Make sure you are aware of your surroundings in parking lots and shopping areas. If you see something or someone suspicious, move on. Don’t risk it.
  • Always know who is requesting information from you. Never give out personal information to someone who calls or e mails and asks for it. Remember that your bank and other such businesses will never ask for your social security number, account numbers and other such information over the phone. They should already have it so they don’t need to ask you for it.
  • Review your account statements. Look at the transactions on your checking account statements and your credit card bill and make sure they are all legitimate.
  • Take the initiative and report suspicious transactions to your bank or credit card company right away. The sooner you act, the less the criminal will get.

Listen to your intuition and be smart. A few simple, common sense behaviors will help you have a safer holiday season.