Chattanooga Police Investigate Riverbend Break-Ins

Reported by: James Mahon
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Updated: 6/12/2013 8:01 pm
CHATTANOOGA, TN, (WDEF)- For Families and music lovers Riverbend is a time to relax and enjoy yourselves.

But Amy Morrow of Friends of The Festival says it's important to be vigilant.

"There are no backpacks and we are checking bags, purses like that, so bring as little as possible and don't leave anything visible"

Amy Morrow added that notifying security is the quickest way to stop this kind of activity.

"We encourage everyone to just be alert, pay attention, alert someone if something seems odd"

Chattanooga Police added that anyone suspicious loitering around parked cars could pose a threat.
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