Crime Roundup: Ring, Golf Clubs, Coat Among Stolen Items This Week

New Police Car Logos/Credit: Fairfax County Police

Petit larcenies were reported throughout the Reston District of the Fairfax County Police Department in the past week. Items taken from businesses, residences and vehicles in recent days include cash, a ring, golf clubs and a coat.

Many incidents of lost property, larceny or theft under $5,000 can be filed with the FCPD online using their Citizen Reporting System. Other crimes including civil disputes, vandalism and harassment can also be reported through the portal. Some larcenies — over $5,000, personal identification, prescription drugs, firearms, etc. — should be reported by calling the FCPD’s non-emergency number at 703-691-2131. (For crimes in progress, citizens should always dial 911.)

Reports from the Reston Station in the past week include the following:

LARCENIES:

1700 block of Business Center Drive, cash and property from business

1800 block of Cameron Glen Drive, briefcase from vehicle

2400 block of Centreville Road, phone from business

2500 block of Centreville Road, merchandise from business

10500 block of Dunn Meadow Road, ring from residence

2200 block of Hunters Woods Plaza, electronic device from residence

2500 block of John Milton Drive, liquor from business

1800 block of Library Street, coat from business

11900 block of Market Street, merchandise from business

900 block of Millwood Lane, property from residence

1400 block of Powells Tavern Place, hoses from residence

1500 block of Scandia Circle, medication from residence

11100 block of South Lakes Drive, merchandise from business

2800 block of Winter Oaks Way, golf clubs from residence

STOLEN VEHICLES:

None reported

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