Local police are investigating burglaries at three Herndon businesses that happened on March 15.
Two burglars smashed the front doors and windows of businesses on the 700 block of Grant Street with rocks and stole cash registers. A third suspect waited in the car, according to the Herndon Police Department.
Information about the incident was released on Tuesday. A spokesperson for HPD declined to release the names of the targeted businesses.
“We aren’t releasing the business names right now, for privacy reasons and because of the ongoing investigation,” the spokesperson told Reston Now in a statement.
Police believe the burglars attempted to target another business but ultimately failed.
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