Tribe Kelley Trading Post’s tepee was vandalized during the early hours of Saturday morning (Nov. 3) in Nashville’s Hillsboro Village. Florida Georgia Line star Brian Kelly and his wife Brittney Cole Kelley own the business and are offering a $5,000 reward to anyone with information leading to an arrest in this case.
“4 individuals vandalized our property in Hillsboro village at the Tribe Kelley Trading Post last night November 3 around 1:30 a.m. we are offering $5,000 to anyone (even anonymously) with information leading to their identities and arrest. Please share with your nashville friends and family. Please DM me or email firstname.lastname@example.org!,” the couple shared via the official Tribe Kelley Trading Post Facebook page with a video showing the crime being committed.
Ugh, what a bummer. With the culprits wearing very distinctive clothing/ accessories and many cars passing by while the group destroyed the tepee— we’re sure someone will turn them in.
“Lucky for us we have surveillance footage,” Brian Kelley posted on his Instagram account along with additional clips of the surveillance footage. “PLEASE SWIPE and watch! If you recognize anyone in this video we are offering $5,000 reward for a name or names. DM me. Let’s go. PLEASE SHARE and let’s find these vandals.”
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Last night around 1:30 AM these four individuals came onto the @tribekelleytradingpost property and vandalized our Teepee. Lucky for us we have surveillance footage – PLEASE SWIPE and watch! If you recognize anyone in this video we are offering $5,000 reward for a name or names. DM me. Let’s go. PLEASE SHARE and let’s find these vandals 😁🤨😏
Chief Kelley is on patrol and he ain’t happy! We hope the damage to Brian and Brittney’s property can be easily repaired.
This December, Florida Georgia Line will be kicking off their five-nights-only residency inside Zappos Theater at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino in Las Vegas. They have also selected singer-songwriter Canaan Smith and Mason Ramsey to join them as support. Fans are invited to join FGL for the anything-goes shows on December 1, 5, 7, 8, and 11. The set-list will span their history-making hits and fresh tunes from their upcoming fourth studio album. Tickets can be found here.
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