Category Archives: Burglary

Stakeout Leads to Arrest of Burglar

Reston Police District – Detectives have been investigating several crimes since last September that have occurred overnight at different businesses in the Northpoint Village Shopping Center. On Sept. 4 and Oct. 5, the owners of the Matsutake Sushi and Sake Bar reported someone damaged the windows of their business overnight. On March 30, a man entered Gregorio’s Trattoria and Bobby’s

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Detectives Investigate Burglary and Sexual Battery in Falls Church

Mason Police District – Detectives from our Major Crimes Bureau’s Sex Crimes Squad continue to investigate after a woman was sexually assaulted during an early morning burglary in Falls Church. Officers responded at 5:10 a.m. to the 6000 block of Knollwood Drive for the report of a man inside of an apartment. Officers determined two men entered the unsecured, occupied

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Stolen Vehicles Prompt Home Security Reminders

Detectives from across the county are investigating a series of stolen vehicle reports that have occurred since the beginning of June. These vehicles have primarily been stolen overnight, and it appears the suspects mainly entered unlocked vehicles with keys inside. Detectives have also determined these suspects have used garage door openers or forced entry to gain access to at least

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Multi-Jurisdictional Effort Leads to Arrest in Commercial Burglary Series

A 27-year-old man connected to multiple burglaries committed in Northern Virginia and Maryland is now in custody after being arrested by authorities in Fulton County, Georgia. Detectives began investigating multiple overnight commercial burglaries that affected minority owned businesses earlier this year. After working closely with detectives from the Howard County, MD. Police Department, our detectives determined Kwasi Crichlow, of Washington, D.C., was responsible for three

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Detectives Investigate Increase in Overnight Commercial Burglaries

Detectives with our Criminal Investigation Section are investigating a series of overnight commercial burglaries throughout the county. Since Jan. 28, detectives have identified fifteen burglary cases that may be related. In most cases, the front glass doors of the businesses have been broken, two to four people then enter the business taking cash and property before leaving in a vehicle.

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