Nashville-Davidson, Tennessee 2021-06-18 22:39:00 –
Nashville (WSMV)-Car intrusions are occurring throughout Nashville, and men and women fighting at the forefront for health are no exception to that type of crime.
The night shift at Heath Thompson’s Skyline Hospital in Registered Nurse was suddenly interrupted when he found the driver’s side window broken and walked to the parking lot. “It doesn’t give you a very easy feeling,” she said. “My console was opened, everything rampaged, all the glove boxes were thrown there, and what was missing was my wallet … it’s a very fragile sensation.”
She said she was far from the sole target of this type of crime at work, or even in her industry in recent weeks. “There was a lot of chat about other hospitals.”
The Metro Nashville police have sent a surveillance photo of a suspected car intruder on the skyline from June 7th. They placed signs around the parking lot to remind drivers to lock their cars and remove valuables.
“It’s hard to get back to that idea when you need to sit here and take care of yourself, and when you need to come back and take care of others,” Thompson said. Told.
Car intrusion is increasing throughout the city. As of Wednesday, 407 guns were stolen from the vehicle this year alone, according to MNPD. They strongly recommend Nashbilian to keep the gun elsewhere.
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