published Monday, October 17th, 2011

Chattanooga police seeking burglary suspects in 2 incidents

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Chattanooga police are looking for burglary suspects in two separate incidents.

Police said Lula Baltimore, 41, is wanted for aggravated burglary and theft under $500. She is the suspect in a burglary June 25, when four gold necklaces and a handgun were stolen from 4601 Malinta Lane, according to a news release.

Baltimore is 5 feet 5 and 142 pounds, police said, and her last known address is 9624 Highway 58 in Chattanooga.

Police said David Chatman, 45, is suspected of unlawfully entering the Council for Alcohol and Drug Abuse Services.

He is wanted for burglary and vandalism, but he also has outstanding warrants for burglary, vandalism, contempt of court and three counts of failing to appear in court.

On Sept. 29, a man entered the agency, at 205 Minor St. in Chattanooga, and damaged a locked desk while looking for something of value. Nothing was reported stolen, police said.

Chatman is 5 feet 11 and weighs 185 pounds, police said, and his last known address is 2404 North Briar Circle in Chattanooga.

Anyone with information in these cases could be eligible for a confidential cash reward of up to $1,000. Call 423-698-3333.

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