Police: Four Cars Stolen in Reston District

Fairfax County Police Officers from Fairfax County Police’s Reston District Station report four stolen cars in the area this week.

Three Honda Civics and a Nissan Maxima were reported stolen at the following locations since Tuesday:

1900 block of Belmont Ridge Court, 1994 Honda Civic

1500 block of Northgate Square, Honda Civic

2300 block of Branleigh Park Court, 1995 Honda Civic

12900 block of Wood Crescent Circle, 2005 Nissan Maxima

There have been several other auto-related crimes reported this week as well, including a car door taken on Beaver Trail Court and air bags stolen from a car on Salt Kettle Way. See full list of reported larcenies below.

11900 block of Market Street, backpack stolen from business

2400 block of Thomas Jefferson Drive, viola stolen from school

11100 block of Beaver Trail Court, door from vehicle

11100 block of Beaver Trail Court, tires from vehicle

2100 block of Salt Kettle Way, airbags from vehicle

11600 block of Vantage Hill Road, purse from business

900 block of Locust Street, cell phones from location

2200 block of Southgate Square, license plates from vehicle

9400 block of Arnon Chapel Road, electronic device from residence

700 block of Bennett Street, cell phone from school

12100 block of Sunset Hills road, purse from vehicle

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