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Suspect arrested because he left his finger at crime scene

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Following a smash-and-grab crime, where the suspect left a key piece of evidence, officers were able to nab a wanted felon.

While breaking the glass at Sue’s Fashion on LaFayette street in Nashville, Steven Spivey cut himself and lost the tip of his finger.

According to Metro Nashville Police, Steven Spivey cut off his fingertip while breaking a glass window to enter Sue's Fashion on LaFayette Street while burglarizing the store. Screen shot from video.
According to Metro Nashville Police, Steven Spivey cut off his fingertip while breaking a glass window to enter Sue’s Fashion on LaFayette Street while burglarizing the store. Screen shot from video.

A former employee of the store, Spivey was identified as the suspect on surveillance video, according to News 5.

When Metro Nashville Police caught up with Spivey, he did indeed have that injury to his hand- the local station reported.

During the course of their investigation after the theft, police were able to identify Spivey on surveillance video at the store and later confirm he was the suspect because of injury to his hand.
During the course of their investigation police were able to identify Spivey on surveillance video at the store and later confirmed he was the suspect because of the injury to his hand. Screen shot from video.

About a week before the latest incident at the fashion shop, Spivey allegedly burglarized a local Subway store too.

He’s now charged with multiple counts of theft and vandalism.

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