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Crime Roundup: Burglars Change Mind When They Realize Someone is Home and More

McLean District crimes reported by the Fairfax County Police Department through Oct. 16.

McLean District crimes reported by the Fairfax County Police Department through Oct. 16. | Patch file photo
McLean District crimes reported by the Fairfax County Police Department through Oct. 16. | Patch file photo

The following information was provided by the Fairfax County Police Department for the McLean Police District. Where an arrest is mentioned, it does not indicate a conviction. Suspect descriptions may be edited to conform to Patch's ethical standards. Links added by Patch.

McLean Police District Reports: Oct. 11

LARCENIES:

1900 block of Chain Bridge Road, merchandise from business

1500 block of Cornerside Boulevard, cell phone from business

2100 block of Powhatan Street, DVD player from business

McLean Police District Reports: Oct. 15

BURGLARY, 8000 block of Cottage Street, 10/11/13, 6:45 p.m. A resident reported an unknown man walked into the home but left immediately when he saw someone in the home. Forced entry was made through a door. Nothing was taken. The suspect was described as about 5 feet 10 inches to 6 feet tall and wearing a dark hoodie.

LARCENIES:

1400 block of Claves Court, GPS, money and shoes from vehicle

6800 block of Georgetwon Pike, trencher from business

8000 block of Leesburg Pike, bicycles from business

8300 block of Leesburg Pike, purses from business

7300 block of Lee Highway, wallet from vehicle

2900 block of Prosperity Avenue, purse from business 

STOLEN VEHICLES:

2000 block of Chain Bridge Road, 2011 Buick Regal

McLean Police District Reports: Oct. 16

United Bank Robbed

BURGLARY, 2000 block of Franklin Walk, 10/13/13. A resident reported several men entered the residence but left when they saw someone in the home. Forced entry was made through a window.

STOLEN VEHICLES:

2800 block of Dorr Avenue, 1991 Toyota Tacoma

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