Police investigate multiple home burglary attempts in Goodlettsville

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GOODLETTSVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) – A Goodlettsville woman said she had to scare away a potential burglar from her home in the middle of the day.

It was midday Thursday when a resident of Ivy Hill Lane said an unknown woman started banging on her door, ringing the door bell and trying to turn the door knob to open the door.

The resident, who didn’t want to be identified, says she yelled at the stranger, “If you do not leave, I’m calling the police!”

The woman said the same thing happened to her neighbor, but it was a man trying to get inside.

“It’s pretty scary that things like that happen during the day,” the woman said.

A few minutes later, across the street at a third house, a brick was thrown into a woman’s glass back door.

The burglars entered and ransacked the home, stealing multiple televisions and other electronic valuables.

“I’ve been truly violated,” the woman told News 2. “I’m disappointed. It saddens me that you work hard to have stuff and people come in and take what’s yours. They come in and invade your privacy.”

Goodlettsville Police tell News 2 the vehicle the suspects were seen in was reported stolen from the Dickson area.

No suspect descriptions were available.