Police said a woman was robbed at gunpoint outside her own home.
Police said a woman was pulling into her driveway along Fatherland Street in East Nashville when a man with a gun ran up to her and stole her purse and other personal belongings.
The thief then took off down a nearby alley.
K-9 officers were called to the scene, but couldn't find the suspect.
The thief was last seen wearing a white T-shirt, jean shorts and a black bandana around his face.
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