TN Quick Cash In Springfield Robbed At Gunpoint Friday Night

TN Quick Cash In Springfield Robbed At Gunpoint Friday Night 

SPRINGFIELD TENNESSEE: (Smokey Barn News) – Around 9:15 Friday evening Springfield police say a man walked into Tennessee Quick Cash located on Memorial Blvd showed a gun and demanded money.

According to police the robbery took place just as the business was closing and the suspect fled on foot. Tennessee Quick Cash is located at 904 Memorial Blvd.

According to Springfield Police Chief David Thompson, a female employee of the business had just closed up the store and was in the parking lot preparing to leave when she was approached by the suspect. The suspect then led the woman back inside the business and committed the robbery.

Police say the description of the suspect is similar to the robbery that took place at the Taco Salsa last night. MORE The suspect is described as being a black thin male wearing a mask and dark clothes. Police called in their special canine unit to track the scent of the suspect.

The last word we received from police was that there was no suspect in custody at this time. The only good news in the story is that thankfully the suspect decided not to discharge his weapon and no one was shot or injured during the course of this robbery.

The number of robberies is definitely on the rise in Springfield. We do know that the Springfield Police Department is putting special effort and attention toward solving these crimes and getting these criminals off the street. Police have not released to us whether or not the suspect escaped with any amount of cash.

Anyone with information regarding these cases is encouraged to contact Springfield Police at 615-384-8422 or Crime Stoppers at 615-382-3799. All information is anonymous and Crime stoppers will pay up to $5,000.00 for information that leads to an arrest.

Smokey Barn News will continue to track the story for you as information becomes available to us we will certainly bring it to you.


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  1. Anonymous

    Just because a bonding office says that they are open 24/7 doesn’t mean there is someone in the office. All bonding agencies are this way. Who ever did this must have been smart enough to know this. Also, its kind of hard to dial the police with a gun in

  2. linda stiles

    The Police departments and the /correctional Institutes are doing the best they can with the limited budget they have. How many of you would work for the low salary that these people get. I know the salaries and you canto so look them up before you judge them. they are doing the best they can. This isn’t TV with unlimited resources this is Robertson County where everytime the taxes go up people get upset. For the system to get better we have to dig a little deeper. I pay property taxes and am proud to.

  3. You are 100% right Deborah. They are thugs. If you rob and threaten people with a gun, you are a thug.

    You are 100% right Deborah. You’re not the person that is wrong here. If you rob and threaten people with a weapon, gun in this case, you are a thug. I didn’t know the word thug had a color.

  4. John B. Porter

    All I want to know is how does a loan place with bullet proof glass windows that is conveniently connected to a 24/7 bail bonding company get robbed? I would have laughed at him while I was on the phone ringing the police. Something is fishy about this story possibly an inside job.

    • Ferg

      Nailed it.