Thursday, January 17, 2008

CRIME ALERT: Homeless Convicted Burglar is Suspected by Police in Metro Laptop Theft

A former resident of the Union Rescue Mission who has a buglary and cocaine-related rap sheet has been linked through a DNA-match of blood left at the Metro Office Building broken into on Christmas Eve. The suspect is still on the lam.

The Union Rescue Mission has a women's facility on Rosa Parks Boulevard near Garfield Street, so we have a number of homeless individuals who hang around the intersection of 7th Avenue North and Garfield and over on Rosa Parks near I-65. The 45-year-old suspect is Robert Osbourne and police have released the following photo:

If you see this man contact the police, because he likely has information as to the whereabouts of Election Commission laptops containing 337,000 Nashvillians' social security numbers.

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