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Virginia Beach Crime Solvers mission is to solve and prevent crime in the Virginia Beach area in partnership with citizens, media and the criminal justice system. Crime Solvers is not a police program. Our organization provides a safe forum for citizens to report crime in their neighborhoods without the fear of retaliation.

Current Unsolved Crimes


This is an ongoing investigation and Virginia Beach Police need your help identifying the suspect.

This offense occurred on Monday, June 15, 2015 at approximately 3:00 a.m. in the 4300 block of Smokey Lake Drive. The male suspect in the attached photos went into the victim’s car and took various items.

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This is an ongoing investigation and Virginia Beach Police need your help identifying the suspects.

This incident occurred on Wednesday, June 3 at approximately 3:50 p.m. at 1624 Laskin Rd, the Echo Luxury Boutique.  The two subjects in the attached photos entered the store and committed the act of shoplifting by concealing a handbag valued at over $1000. This occurred while the clerk was distracted tending to another customer.

The female is described as 5’5”-5’7” 150-170 lbs. Dressed in a long gray shirt and blue pants.

The male is described as 5’7”-5’9” 200-210 lbs. Dressed in a white polo shirt, slacks, and blue ball cap.

Both appear to be 40-50 years of age and of Mediterranean descent.



On Friday, May 29, 2015 at approximately 1:45 p.m., Animal Control Officers responded to assist the Virginia Beach Fire Department with an animal involved in a brush fire in the 1200 block of Virginia Beach Boulevard.  Officers found a deceased dog at the scene of the fire.  The dog was an adult medium size female, grey and white in color, believed to be a pit type breed.  Through investigation it has been determined the dogs front and rear legs were bound together and the dog was still alive when set on fire.

Through investigation, Animal Control Officers have located a photo of the dog killed. The photo is from approximately a year and a half ago.

A separate reward is being offered through cumulative efforts of the Humane Society of the United States, People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals, and multiple anonymous citizens. The account is being privately maintained by the Friends of Animal Care and Adoption Center, and is currently for $20,000. All tips should still be called into Virginia Beach Crime Solvers at 1-888-LOCK-U-UP (1-888-562-5887) or by submitting a tip by texting “VBTIP” and the information to CRIMES (274637). The City of Virginia Beach is neither associated with this fund nor responsible for this fund in any capacity.


On May 12, 2015 at 6:20 pm, the pictured suspect attempted to steal a set of JBL headphones from the Radio Shack in the 3700 block of Virginia Beach Blvd.  Within the two weeks prior to this incident, the same suspect stole from the Radio Shack in the 1000 block of Independence Blvd on two occasions.

The suspect is described as a Hispanic male, 25 -27 years old, approximately 5’10”, 175 – 180 pounds, with long black hair.  Suspects was seen driving a red Chrysler 300 with Indiana license plates.  Suspect was wearing a US Navy blue hooded sweatshirt during both of the incidents at the Independence Blvd store.





On May 10, 2015 between 2:37 and 3:18 am, the pictured vehicle entered the parking lot of the Motel 6 on Euclid Road in Virginia Beach.  While driving through the parking lot, the vehicle struck a teal blue vehicle.  Orange paint from the suspect vehicle was transferred to the parked vehicle.  The suspect vehicle may have teal blue paint transfer on the rear.