The big item in this weeks’ Falls Church Crime Report is the armed robbery of the AT&T Store on Broad Street that the News-Press reported last Monday. The four suspects are still at large and wanted by police.
In other crime news, a wallet was stolen from Planet Fitness, some sneakers were taken from the Community Center, a person was assaulted at The State Theatre and a man was arrested for trespassing at Giant. Plus, two more smoking arrests at Eden Center.
City of Falls Church, VA Crime Report for June 9 – June 15, 2014
Armed Robbery, 1071 W. Broad St. (AT&T Retailer) On June 9, four suspects entered the store and stole cell phones before fleeing on foot. Suspects are described as black males between the ages of 18 and 26. One suspect is described as approximately 5’8″ tall, with a beard and wearing a black shirt. A second suspect is said to be 5’6″ to 5’8″ tall wearing a black shirt and carried a white trash bag which was used to carry the stolen phones.
Larceny from Building, 260 W. Broad St. (Falls Church Antique Co.) On June 10, police received a report a flag was stolen from the business.
Larceny from Building, 6763 Wilson Blvd. #R1 (Planet Fitness) On June 10, police received a report a wallet was stolen from an unsecured locker.
Smoking Violation, 6787 Wilson Blvd. Suite A (Saigon Xua Restaurant) On June 11, a male, 33, of Centreville, was cited for Smoking In a Non-Designated Area.
Driving Under the Influence, 100 block S. Oak St. On June 12, a male, 29, of Suitland, MD, was arrested for Driving Under the Influence.
Trespass, 1230 W. Broad St. (Giant Foods) On June 12, a male, 52, no fixed address, was arrested and released on summons for Trespassing.
Public Drunkenness, 100 block E. Broad St. On June 14, a male, 47, no fixed address, was arrested for Public Drunkenness.
Smoking Violation, 6757 Wilson Blvd. #17 (Hoa Vien Quan Nha Hang Restaurant & Bar) On June 14, a male, 23, of Springfield, was cited for Smoking In a Non-Designated Area.
Larceny from Building, 223 Little Falls St. (Falls Church Community Center) On June 15, police received a report of unattended sneakers stolen from the location.
Simple Assault, 220 N. Washington St. (The State Theater) On June 15, the victim was assaulted by an unknown suspect. The victim sustained minor injuries.