CRIME BRIEFS: Tools stolen from Meadow Green residence

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MURFREESBORO, Tenn. -- Nearly $500 worth of tools and lawn equipment was reportedly stolen early Monday from a shed behind a Sherrill Boulevard residence in the Meadow Green subdivision.

The woman who lives at the residence realized the items had been stolen at about 4:30 a.m. after noticing the doors to the shed were open, according to a Murfreesboro Police Department incident report.

In total, $488 worth of property was taken during the burglary.

Among the items listed as stolen include a Black and Decker table saw, which is estimated to be worth at $200, a gasoline-powered leaf blower and power drill.

Police attempted to locate any witnesses in an effort to determine a description of the suspect but were unable to do so.

Anyone with information about this incident should call Crime Stoppers at 615-893-7867. All callers will remain anonymous.

Woman brutally attacked at nightclub

A 34-year-old woman is expected to recover after being assaulted by three men inside a bathroom at Aura Lounge, located on the Square in downtown Murfreesboro.

The incident occurred at about 1 a.m. Sunday in the 100 block of South Maple Street, according to a Murfreesboro Police Department incident report.

Witnesses told responding officers that the three men followed the woman in the restroom and confront her for reasons not yet clear to police. During the confrontation, the woman was allegedly punched and kicked by all three men.

The managers of Aura Lounge also advised officers that a sink, which was estimated to be worth more than $400, was destroyed during the assault.

Detectives also responded to the scene a short time later to collect evidence and take over the case.

As of Wednesday, no one had been arrested or charged in connection with the burglary, and the incident remains under investigation.

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