Arrest made in Nashville military surplus, survival gear store burglary
NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- An arrest is made Sunday after a burglary at a military surplus and survival gear store in Nashville late last year.
The burglary occurred at Greene Military on the 2600 block of Lebanon Pike on November 18 and 19. Police say more than $50,000 in merchandise was taken from five storage connex boxes.
Items stolen include, ASP batons, Safariland level III ballistic vests, Streamlight flashlights, 511 brand parka jackets and other items after cutting the locks and hinges of the boxes with bolt cutters.
During an unrelated arrest of 37-year-old Aubrey Smith III on Quail Run in Wilson County, deputies discovered a box with items from Greene Military.
Greene Military is a military surplus and survival gear store in Nashville. They offer tactical gear with a wide selection of tactical footwear, pants, gloves, knives and uniforms.
Smith is being held in the Davidson County Jail on a $43,000 bond.