Metro police looking for 2 suspects after pawn shop burglary

Courtesy: MNPD

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) – Metro police are looking for two burglary suspects that stole items from a pawn shop.

The burglary happened at Music City Pawn on Nolensville Pike at 11:45 p.m.

Metro police said the two men got into the store by breaking through the front door. Police also said the pair stole 2 airsoft rifles and a laptop.

The suspects were described by police as a Hispanic man wearing a blue jacket, blue pants, a white backpack and white shoes. The second suspect is a white man wearing a gray toboggan, a gray shirt and jeans.

This is not the first time the pawn shop owner has dealt with theft.

He told News 2 he owns several pawn shops in the area and once had a car ram into the front of his store in Hermitage before two men stole airsoft guns.

He also said he owns a pawn shop in Franklin that was broken into earlier this year.