String of larcenies cause the Loudoun sheriff to issue an advisory to secure cars and remove, stow valuable items.
A string of larcenies from vehicles in the Broadlands, Brambleton and the Dulles South service areas of the Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office has prompted Loudoun Sheriff Mike Chapman to remind residents to lock their vehicles and secure all valuables or out of plain view from prying eyes. In most cases, investigators believe the vehicles were left unlocked, making it easy to enter them, according to an LCSO press release. The agency advises residents to secure property, which includes closing garage doors to a residence, to prevent such crimes of opportunity. “Locking your vehicle and removing expensive items from plain view will reduce your chances of becoming the victim of this crime opportunity,” Chapman said in the release. Residents …
A summary of incidents reported for Dec. 15-21.
There was one burglary, one destruction of property incident, one fatal auto crash, 10 larcenies and one missing persons incident included in the Dulles South Station Daily Crime Reports for the week ending on Dec. 21. Burglary Destruction of Property Fatal Auto Crash Larcenies Missing Persons Editor’s Note: This information was obtained from Daily Crime Reports provided by the Loudoun County Office of the Sheriff.
A summary of incidents reported for Dec. 8-14.
There was one auto crash, one assault/robbery, three destruction of property incidents and two larcenies included in the Dulles South Station Daily Crime Reports for the week ending on Dec. 14. Auto Crash Assault/Robbery Destruction of Property Larcenies Editor’s Note: This information was obtained from Daily Crime Reports provided by the Loudoun County Office of the Sheriff.