Nashville, TN – MNPD officers are actively seeking burglary suspect Ronald Fillinger, aged 53, and working to identify his partner in crime. The duo is suspected of executing a scheme where they pose as hotel guests while unlawfully entering rooms.

On May 5, victims reported the theft of several thousand dollars worth of belongings from their room at the Westin Hotel, located at 807 Clark Place. Surveillance footage captured Fillinger’s accomplice during the burglary. Warrants have been issued against Fillinger for aggravated burglary and theft of property in connection with this incident.

Furthermore, Fillinger (SEE PHOTO) faces two warrants for aggravated burglary in separate cases. On March 26, he allegedly utilized an employee’s key card to enter a room at the Courtyard by Marriot, situated at 1901 West End Avenue, stealing nearly $1,000 worth of items. The luggage left behind at the Marriott contained Fillinger’s Davidson County Sheriff’s Office issued prisoner ID card. Previously, on January 31, he was arrested for trespassing after being discovered sleeping in an unoccupied room at the SoBro Apartments and Homesharing, located at 516 Lea Avenue, where a room had been left open for dehumidification.

Additionally, on March 20, Fillinger is accused of stealing multiple items from a room at the Wyndham hotel, located at 2415 McGavock Pike. Some of the stolen items were found in the luggage he abandoned at the Courtyard by Marriot on West End.

Individuals with information regarding Fillinger’s whereabouts or the identity of his accomplice in the May 5 burglary are urged to contact Crime Stoppers at 615-742-7463.