MEMPHIS, Tenn. — Memphis Police need your help finding three men who broke into at least 13 employee cars at a warehouse off East Raines.
Workers said several guns, purses and other personal items were stolen from their vehicles at McKesson on Quest Way.
Video from the scene showed the suspects were armed with handguns when they broke into the cars. They left in a maroon Chevrolet Tahoe. Authorities recovered the vehicle, but all three suspects are still out there.
Memphis Police is calling on people not to leave valuables in their cars, but more importantly, MPD says do not leave guns in the car.
“What we ask you to do is if you’re going to do that is be a responsible gun owner and secure your weapon,” Colonel Darrell L. Sheffield, of the Memphis Police Department, said.
In order to keep weapons off the street and in the wrong hands, they need owners to take precautions.
“Several ways to secure these guns, we have available at the precincts, gun locks. These are cable locks that you can put through the weapon and through the seat mount and secure that to the car,” Sheffield said.
If you know anything, call Crime Stoppers at (901) 528-CASH.