Crime

Crime Report: Lots of Stealing Going on in Falls Church

Lots and lots of stealing going on in Falls Church last week, led by an armed robbery of Apple Federal Credit Union on Saturday. Other incidents include two burglaries at Eden Center, an iPhone stolen from Taco Bell, trading cards taken from Anime Pavilion, gift cards taken from Falls Church Presbyterian Church, stolen TVs at visa agency on N. Washington Street and items stolen from a garage on Hillwood.

And in an unsuccessful attempt at theft, someone tried to pry open an ATM at Eden Center.

 

City of Falls Church Crime Report: February 16 – 22, 2015

Commercial Burglary, 6795 Wilson Blvd. #2 (Café Gio) On Feb. 16, an unknown suspect forced entry and stole cash from the location.

Vandalism, 6795 Wilson Blvd. (Eden Center) On Feb. 16, an unknown person attempted to pry an ATM machine open.

Commercial Burglary, 6795 Wilson Blvd. #26 On Feb. 16, an unknown person forced entry and stole merchandise.

Larceny from Building, 935 W. Broad St. (Taco Bell) On Feb. 16, police received a report that an unknown suspect stole an unattended iPhone.

Larceny from Building, 116 Hillwood Ave. (Anime Pavilion) On Feb. 16, police received a report that unattended trading cards were stolen.

Larceny from Building, 225 E. Broad St. (Falls Church Presbyterian Church) On Feb. 18, police received a report of gift cards stolen from the building.

Commercial Burglary, 400 N. Washington St. #205 (VISAHQ) On Feb. 19, an unknown suspect forced entry and stole televisions from the property.

Public Drunkenness, 400 block S. Washington St. On Feb. 19, a male, 36, of Falls Church, was arrested for Public Drunkenness.

Burglary, 500 block Hillwood Ave. On Feb. 20, an unknown suspect forced entry into a garage and stole several items.

Robbery, 1118 W. Broad St. (Apple Federal Credit Union) On Feb. 21, the suspect entered the building, brandished a weapon, demanded cash, then fled.