On Monday of this week Keith Neal, a local contractor, reported that several power tools, air tools and various other equipment had been stolen from a job site on Wilson Avenue in Tullahoma. Investigator James Sherrill with the Coffee County Sheriff’s Department received information that some of the stolen items were located at a residence on Millers Crossroads in Hillsboro, TN. Tullahoma Police Department Investigator, Harry Conway, along with Sherrill went to the Hillsboro residence and did in fact find the majority of the missing items, which were later identified by the owner, Keith Neal. After assistance from the Franklin County Sheriff’s Department in locating a suspect, two individuals were charged for their involvement in the theft of the equipment. Thirty-five year-old, Donald Cribari, of 224 Riva Lake Rd. Winchester, TN and his 33 year-old brother, Robert Cribari of 2342 Millers Crossroads in Hillsboro, TN. Both have been charged by Tullahoma Investigator Conway, with Theft of Property over $1,000.00, a Class D Felony. At this time both suspects are being held in the Coffee County Jail, each under a $10,000.00 bond and are scheduled to appear in Coffee County General Sessions Court on Thursday, October 9th in Manchester, TN.