SHPD Investigating Robbery That Occurred At A Quick Mart Gas Station on Main St.

Unidentified Robbery Suspect

Spring Hill, TN – On January 7th at 9:36 PM, SHPD officers responded to a robbery at the Quick Mart gas station located at 5414 Main St. Witnesses told police that an African American male entered the store with a handgun that was partially concealed under a towel and took cash from the store. No store employees or customers were harmed. The subject was wearing grey Nike shoes, blue jeans, and a black shirt over a blue hoodie. He is described as being approximately 6 feet tall and weighing around 250 pounds. Detectives are currently following up on leads. If you have information related to this investigation, you can submit an anonymous tip here.

Wal Mart “Quick Change” Subject Identification Requested

Spring Hill, TN- On December 27th, the above subject approached a Wal-Mart employee and requested change from the cash register. During this encounter the subject was aggressive with the employee about being short changed and confused the employee into thinking that the incorrect amount of change was given. The employee’s cash drawer was $100 short. If you can identify this person, please submit an anonymous tip here.

Vehicles Stolen From The Lot Of Bostelman Automotive

Spring Hill, TN – On Monday, December 27th, Officers took a report from Bostelman Automotive Group concerning two vehicles that were stolen from the lot and the business being burglarized after the business was closed. Cash was stolen from the business. Two vehicles were taken off the lot; a white 2014 Chevy Malibu and a black 2015 Jeep Grand Cherokee. Three subjects were seen on video. The subjects arrived in a silver car (possibly a Lexus RC coupe). If you have information concerning this crime, you can submit an anonymous tip to SHPD here. You can also call Williamson County Crime Stoppers for a potential cash reward for information at  (615)-794-4000.  

Subjects’ Vehicle
Unidentified subject

Victim’s Car Window Smashed and Credit Card Used to Purchase Gift Cards at Target

Spring Hill, TN- On August 30th SHPD officers took a vehicle burglary report at 125 Stephen P. Yokich Pkwy (parking lot of the UAW). The victim reported that her window had been broken and her purse was stolen. A short time later the victim’s credit card was used at Target in Spring Hill for $824 worth of gift cards. The pictured vehicle was involved with the burglary and the pictured individual is the one who used the victim’s card at Target. If you have information concerning this incident, you can submit an anonymous tip here.


SHPD Investigating AT&T Store Burglary Where $25,000 Worth of Merchandise Was Stolen

Spring Hill, TN – On Friday July 2nd at around 2:15 AM, officers responded to a reported alarm call at the AT&T retail store on Main St. When they arrived, officers observed that the front door glass had been shattered. Approximately $25,000 worth of merchandise was stolen from the store. This burglary may be linked to other similar burglaries across the nation. Investigators are working with other law enforcement partners.  If you have information regarding this investigation, you can submit an anonymous tip.

(UPDATED) Suspicious Activity in Benevento East Neighborhood on June 12th

Update (6/16/2021): The person who left the money has been identified. The person mistakenly went to the wrong house in the neighborhood. The money was meant for another house.

Spring Hill, TN- The Spring Hill Police Department (SHPD) is investigating a suspicious incident that occurred on June 12th at around 1:20 PM in the Benevento East neighborhood (Duplex Rd. and Buckner Ln. area). One minor child (under 10 years old) was walking to the front porch of a house in the neighborhood attempting to see if a friend was home. An unidentified male was walking up to the porch ahead of the child. The friend, also under 10 years old, answered and opened the door. At this point an unidentified male who had been standing on the porch, out of view of the child inside the home, spoke to the minor child who answered the door. The male asked if her parents were home and the child stated that her mother was. The mother was not able to come to the door. After being told this, the male handed the minor child a $100 bill and told her to give it to her mother. The male is described as having white hair and white facial hair (goatee). The male was wearing an orange shirt, blue jeans, and tennis shoes. The family does not know this person. The male was seen driving away in a black 4-door Dodge Ram pickup (pictured above) with black rims. We are trying to investigate what the male’s intentions were. If you have information relating to this investigation, you can submit an anonymous tip here.