Crime Roundup: Police Believe String of Larcenies Not Connected

This week, the Fairfax County Police Department did not report any major incidents. However, a string of larcenies involving items taken from cars over a three-day period caught our attention.

According to FCPD, the incidents are not connected.

“We do not believe these incidents are connected, based on locality and the items that were taken,” a spokesperson for FCPD told Reston now.

The following minor incidents were reported by FCPD over the last week:

LARCENIES:

2100 block of Centreville Road, merchandise from business

11400 block of Cypress Point Court, registration stickers from vehicle

1300 block of Deep Run Lane, license plate from vehicle

12600 block of Fantasia Drive, license plate from vehicle

11900 block of Freedom Drive, merchandise from business

2500 block of Farmcrest Drive, bicycle from residence

11500 block of Links Drive, electronic device from vehicle

2500 block of Peter Jefferson Lane, laptop computer from vehicle

11100 block of South Lake Drive, food from business

12000 block of Town Square Street, cell phone from vehicle

1400 block of North Point Village Center, merchandise from business

1100 block of Walker Road, sign from property

11000 block of Villaridge Court, purse from location

STOLEN VEHICLES

None reported

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