Wednesday, September 2, 2009
Custom Made BBQ Grill Stolen
The Cookeville police department is investigating the theft of a custom-made barbecue grill, valued at some $16,000. The victim told police that the sixteen-foot grill -- with red wheels, chrome hub caps and two large propane tanks -- was specially built by Stone Brothers Welding in Cookeville. It was taken from the east end of Collegeside Church of Christ, next to the canopy. Anyone with information should call the police department. Meanwhile, police are also investigating a burglary at Builder's Supply Company. Someone broke out a window to gain access and made off with about $250 in cash. The burglary was discovered by an employee of a neighboring business. Also today, police report that two computers and an electronic scale were stolen after a break-in at the Dacco warehouse on Bowser Road; a $1,000 roll of copper wire was stolen from Cookeville First Assembly of God church; and about ten catalytic converters stolen off of vehicles at a Cookeville car dealership. The loss there was placed at $2,800.