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CRIME BRIEFS: Hackers target manufacturing company

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An employee discovered Thursday morning that an unidentified suspect hacked into the computer system of Southeastern Technologies to gain access to company information and use the server for illegal activity.

The suspect was allegedly caught while in the process of downloading programs. Based on evidence collected from the server, detectives believe the suspect lives in the United Kingdom, according to a Murfreesboro Police Department incident report.

The company, located on Industrial Boulevard, specializes in providing services and manufacturing expertise for a variety of fields, including medical devices and aerospace components.

Additional details were not included in the report about whether the Federal Bureau of Investigation and U.S. Department of Homeland Security have been notified of the incident.

Bike stolen from apartment complex

A 24-year-old man reported that his motorcycle had been stolen Wednesday morning from the parking lot of Nottingham Apartments, which is located near Middle Tennessee State University.

An unidentified suspect stole the $5,000 bike some time between the hours of midnight and 11 a.m. from the apartment complex, located in the 1300 block of Greenland Drive, according to a Murfreesboro Police Department incident report.

The black 2007 Kawasaki bike has since been entered into the National Crime Information Center, a national database of criminal justice data.

Anyone with information about this incident should call Crime Stoppers at 615-893-7867.

Sexual assault under investigation

A 22-year-old woman reported being sexually assault by a group of men Tuesday while she was at a residence at College Grove Apartments in Murfreesboro.

The incident occurred at about 5 p.m. in the 1500 block of Lascassas Highway, according to a Murfreesboro Police Department incident report.

Police received word of the assault after the woman went to Middle Tennessee Medical Center for injuries sustained during the incident. Detectives also responded to the hospital to collect evidence and conduct interviews.

As of Friday, no one had been arrested or charged in connection with the case, and the matter remains under investigation.

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