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Crime Report: Larceny Reported in Annandale

The latest incident reports from the Fairfax County Police Department.

Crime Report: Larceny Reported in Annandale

Mason District Station

Burglary
An industrial sprayer was reported stolen from a home at 11:30 a.m. on Saturday on the 6400 block of Second Street in the Annandale area. Someone broke in through a window, police report.
 
Larcenies:

  • 3400 block of Carlin Springs Road: food and drinks reported stolen from a business
  • 5700 block of Columbia Pike: wallet reported stolen from a business
  • 3500 block of Devon Drive: tires reported stolen from a vehicle
  • 3300 block of Glen Carlyn Road: purse reported stolen from church
  • 6300 block of Little River Turnpike: laptop reported stolen from business
  • 3500 block of Moncure Avenue: cell phone and perfume reported stolen from business
  • 3500 block of South Jefferson Street: bottle of liquor reported stolen from business

Franconia District Station
 
Larcenies:

  • 6100 block of Franconia Road: license plate reported stolen from a vehicle
  • 6400 block of Inwood Drive: chain saw reported stolen from a residence

West Springfield District Station
 
Unlawful Entry
A resident reported finding an unknown person in his garage at 8:15 p.m. Saturday on the 9600 block of Pemberly Lane in Fairfax Station. The person fled and nothing was stolen.
 
Larcenies:

  • 10000 block of Beacon Pond: bicycle reported stolen from a school
  • 8700 block of California Poppy Lane: golf clubs reported stolen from a residence
  • 1900 block of Chain Bridge Road: wallet reported stolen from a business
  • 8300 block of Gingerspice Place: checks reported stolen from a business

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