Wed, Nov 25, 2015


Another Jewelry Theft in Murfreesboro

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No signs of forced entry were seen at a home where a homeowner told police that over $11,000 worth of jewelry was stolen. The report was filed on Sunday in Murfreesboro at a home on Cherry Blossom Lane. One of the sentimental rings that was stolen was a wedding ring, valued at over $6,500.

In most cases, home owners insurance policies only cover up to $1,000 for things like wedding or engagement rings. In other words, if a ring is valued at $6,500, you may only receive a $1,000 reimbursement from your insurance provider. You would then be out $5,500. If you have a special endorsement for your jewelry, this is not the case. 

According to the theft report, the only people who have access to the jewelry are family members and a cleaning crew. Police now have the names of those who clean the home, although no suspects have been named.


MPD Incident Report #14-9000

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