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Germantown Michael Kors burglarized

Germantown Police Department patrol officers responded to an alarm at 7515 Poplar Ave. on Aug. 6 at approximately 3:42 a.m.

Upon arrival, officers found the right front door of the Michael Kors store broken out and a sledge hammer in the entry way. At least 36 handbags, six back packs and six pairs of shoes were stolen for a value of $12,333.

Video footage captured by store cameras showed three individuals of a thin build force entry into the store at 3:37 a.m., grab various items and exit the store at 3:38 a.m. Each of the three suspects wore a mask. The first suspect was observed wearing dark pants, a gray hooded sweatshirt and red shoes. The second wore a dark hooded jacket, gray shirt, dark pants and white shoes. Another suspect wore dark pants, dark shoes and a black hoodie with “Player 1” printed on the back and a Playboy Bunny emblem on the front.

Germantown investigators said they suspect the crime may be related to the July 16 burglary at the Germantown Coach Store at 7615 W. Farmington Blvd.

The burglary was conducted in the same manner and at least two suspects were wearing similar clothing. Additional video recovered from the July 16 burglary captured what appears to be a dark-colored SUV, similar to an Isuzu Axiom. 

Germantown Police are offering a reward up to $1,000 for information leading to the identification and arrest of the suspects.

Anyone with information related to either of these burglaries is encouraged to immediately call Germantown Crime Stoppers at (901)757-CASH (2274) or (901) 754-7222 or email TIPS@Germantown-TN.gov.