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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

Unsolved

Virginia Beach Police needs assistance:

On June 26, 2016 at approximately 3:15 p.m., the man and woman in the attached photos entered the Pet Go Round located at 701 Lynnhaven Parkway.  While inside the store, the two concealed a 2 ½ -month-old brown and white male Cocker Spaniel and left the store without purchase.

The valued of the puppy is over $2,000.

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Virginia Beach Police needs assistance:

On August 14, 2016 at approximately 9:30 pm, the victim’s were sitting in front of their home in the 5900 block of W. Hastings Arch.  A black car pulled up and a backseat passenger began shooting at the victims.  One of the victims sustained a minor injury to his arm.

The suspect vehicle is described as a black 4-door sedan, possibly a Nissan and there were 4 to 5 male occupants.  It is possible the vehicle may have a bullet hole(s) on the passenger side.

Unsolved

Virginia Beach Police needs assistance in identifying these suspects:

Between July 11, 2016 and July 26, 2016, the pictured suspects used cloned credit cards at the Family Dollar on E. Berkley Ave  and a 7-Eleven in Norfolk, and Walgreen’s on Independence Blvd and Virginia Beach Blvd in Virginia Beach.

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Unsolved

Virginia Beach Police needs assistance with an unsolved theft case:

The theft occurred August 8, 2010.  Yesterday marked the 6 year anniversary of the unsolved incident.

The night of the theft, the victim and some friends had been at the bar LunaSea on 22nd Street when they met two men who offered to give them a ride home, he said.  The victim then invited them to stay and swim in the pool at the residence, located in the 1500 block of Virginia Beach Blvd., he said.

The next morning, the shark was gone, and so were the two men.

The golden hammerhead shark, which a police report lists as being worth $4,500, was caught off the coast of Florida by victim’s friend, Sean Driver, and Driver’s father and brother.  Driver passed away last year (2009), and the shark had become a special memento.

One of the men who’d been at the home is between 6 feet 2 inches and 6 feet 3 inches tall with a medium build, olive complexion, shaved head and thin mustache.  He said he was in the Navy.

The second man is between 5 feet 8 inches and 5 feet 9 inches tall with a muscular build and short, dark hair with frosted tips.  He said he was a college student.

Here is the post from a 2010 news article about the case:

http://pilotonline.com/news/local/crime/hammerhead-trophy-shark-stolen-in-va-beach/article_6a8404c5-6a14-5e14-9880-339e51b277ca.html

Here is a photo of one of the suspects and the shark:

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Unsolved

Virginia Beach Police need assistance in identifying a suspect:

On May 7, 2016 at approximately 1:50 pm, at the Walmart on Nimmo Pkwy, the pictured suspect pushed a cart full of Ninja Blenders and Keurigs past the registers and straight for the doors.  The store alarm went off and an employee stopped the suspect and asked for a receipt.  The suspect then abandoned the cart and ran out of the store.

The suspect was recognized as the same person who had attempted to do the same thing at the store on Phoenix Drive and who was successful at stealing the merchandise at the Walmart on Hillcrest Pkwy in Chesapeake.

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