SOUTH NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) — A woman is accused of breaking into a South Nashville car dealership and stealing a safe containing $25,000.
According to an arrest warrant, surveillance video provided to police showed April Ketteler, 37, enter the business through a back door.
After looking around, she pulled a safe from an office cabinet and dragged it out of the dealership, the paperwork states.
Officers went to a nearby homeless camp where they said they located Ketteler wearing the same clothing seen on the burglar in the surveillance video. They also found the safe, containing about $25,000, police revealed.
Ketteler was arrested and booked into the Metro jail on a charge of burglary.