Police are searching for a man wanted on a robbery charge.

Shawn Davon Jones, 20, is wanted on a charge of first-degree robbery after an incident Monday at Speedway on Scottsville Road, Bowling Green Police Department spokesman Officer Ronnie Ward said.

Jones is accused of stealing another person’s marijuana and wallet, Ward said.

Anyone with information about Jones’ location is asked to call 270-393-4000 or Crime Stoppers at 270-781-2583. Anyone who provides information through Crime Stoppers could be eligible for a monetary award.

Burglary — A Bowling Green woman reported Monday that someone broke into her Bryant Way apartment and stole two TVs and a laptop computer.

Police noted there were no sings of forced entry. The resident told police that when she left, the doors were locked.

Theft —An employee of Victoria’s Secret reported Monday that four heavyset women stole $1,200 worth of panties from the store in Greenwood Mall, according to city police records. One of the women had long, grey dreadlocks.

The employee said the thieves grabbed four Victoria’s Secret bags from the wall, removed the merchandise off display tables, stuffed the panties inside the bags and left, records show.

The store alarm sounded when the women left.

The employee, who is required by store policy to contact corporate loss prevention about what to do in the event of a theft, waited on hold for an hour to speak with someone from her corporate loss prevention office, creating a delay from when the incident occurred and when it was reported to city police, records show.

The investigation remains open.

Wanton endangerment — A Bowling Green woman said she was assaulted by a man who pulled a gun on her Tuesday.

The woman, who lives in the 1800 block of Creason Drive, said the father of her child came to her home and wanted to take the child with him. She refused and a fight between the two ensued, according to city police records. The woman told police the man pulled a gun on her and her fiance came out and told the man to put the gun away.

The man left and told police he was assaulted by the woman. The woman had visible injuries. The man did not, according to police records.

Police charged Major F. Young, 31, 2266 Torridge Ave. No. 111, with fourth-degree assault and first-degree wanton endangerment in the incident. He was released Wednesday from Warren County Regional Jail on a $6,000 bond, according to online jail records.

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