FCPD RECAP January 10, 2017
COMMERCIAL BURGLARY/DESTRUCTION OF PROPERTY: 4200 block of Airline Parkway (Dulles Meadows Swimming Pool), 1/9/17, around 9:30 a.m. An employee reported that after opening the business they observed damage to the property that had not previously been there. Initial investigation developed possible suspect information and the case is being actively investigated.
4100 block of Lafayette Center Drive, cell phones from residence
3900 block of Stonecroft Boulevard, property from residence
14100 block of Sullyfield Circle, jacket from business
13200 block of Village Square Drive, wallet from vehicle
STOLEN AUTO RECOVERY: Richmond Highway/Poag Street, 1/9/17, around 7:45 p.m. Officers responded to a report of a stolen car. A 53-year-old man saw someone driving his car and leaving a parking lot. The victim attempted to stop the car and a woman exited and ran off on foot. The victim gave chase and the suspect assaulted him. She was able to get away. The car was recovered and the case is under investigation. The suspect was described as white, 20 to 30 years old, wearing a red shirt and black pants. The victim did not require medical attention.
1100 block of Alden Road, property from residence
1600 block of Belle View Boulevard, merchandise from business
8700 block of Lukens Lane, backpack from residence
8400 block of Riverside Road, copper from construction site
6100 block of Richmond Highway, 2017 Lincoln Continental
6800 block of Richmond Highway, 2001 Subaru, Forester
1100 block of Balls Hill Road, purse from vehicle
1400 block of Chain Bridge Road, wallet from vehicle
1200 block of Forestwood Drive, wallet from vehicle
8300 block of Leesburg Pike, merchandise from business
5700 block of Columbia Pike, merchandise from business
6300 block of Everglades Drive, clothing from residence
5100 block of Leesburg Pike, wallet from business
6200 block of Little River Turnpike, merchandise from business
7200 block of Little River Turnpike, wallet from business
6200 block of Seven Corners Center, jacket from business
ATTEMPTED BURGLARY: 2600 block of Concorde Court, 1/9/17, around 5:30 p.m. A resident reported that, while he was home, he heard someone trying to gain entry through the sliding glass door. He saw a man attempting to open the door and the suspect ran off. He was described as white, approximately 5 feet 7 to 8 inches tall, thin build and a dark beard.
No other significant events to report.
7300 block of Highland Street, key from vehicle
6600 block of Telegraph Road, electronic device and key from vehicle
WEST SPRINGFIELD DISTRICT STATION
7800 block of Backlick Road, wallet, cash and credit card from vehicle
7800 block of Glenister Drive, property from vehicle
6500 block of Springfield Towne Center, cell phone from business
13000 block of Fair Lakes Shopping Center, wallet from business
13800 block of Metrotech Drive, merchandise from business
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CALLS FOR SERVICE SUMMARY
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Date Covered: 1/9/17
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