Green Hills Family YMCA among fitness centers targeted in car thefts

<p><em>Photo courtesy of Metro Police</em></p>

Photo courtesy of Metro Police

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Metro police are looking for a man they suspect has stolen at least ten vehicles from fitness centers across Nashville. YMCA and Planet Fitness locations were among the targeted businesses, including the Green Hills Family YMCA on Hillsboro Circle.

Detectives are working to identify the man who removed the victims’ keys from their gym bags, storage cubby holes and lockers. Police say all the vehicles have been recovered except the one taken from Planet Fitness on Tuesday, Sept. 18. 

•  YMCA, 4041 Hillsboro Circle, on August 25

•  Planet Fitness, 4880 Nolensville Pike, on September 18

•  YMCA, 1000 Church Street, on September 3

•  YMCA, 1000 Church Street, on September 2

•  YMCA, 1000 Church Street, on August 13

•  YMCA, 1000 Church Street, on August 2 (two vehicles taken)

•  Planet Fitness, 2381 Murfreesboro Pike, on September 1

•  YMCA, 2624 Gallatin Pike, on August 15

•  YMCA, 2624 Gallatin Pike, on July 17.

Anyone who recognizes the suspect from the attached surveillance photos is asked to contact Crime Stoppers at 615-742-7463.  Callers to Crime Stoppers can remain anonymous and qualify for a cash reward. 

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