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ROBERT ASHLEY MILLER

ROBERT MICHAEL BRINZO

ROBERT ANTHONY DELOUISE

ROBERT VERNON WHITMORE

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

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Virginia Beach Police are still looking for leads in these two cases:

On June 6, 2017, a black male is on video getting out of the passenger seat of a new black vehicle – possible a Ford Fusion.  He goes to the rent drop-box of Eastwick Village Apartments and uses a fishing technique to steal rent payments.

On July 5, 2017, the same suspect and vehicle are seen on camera committing the same theft at the College Square Apartments.

Video of the suspect is shown here:

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Virginia Beach Police needs assistance in identifying these 2 suspects:

On 9/30/18, the suspects used a cloned credit card at the Hilltop Walmart and conducted fraudulent transactions at Walmart stores in Norfolk, Hampton, and Newport News as well.  Suspects are similar in appearance, but one is about 6′ and the other around 5’8″ tall.

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Virginia Beach Police needs assistance in identifying this female:

On 9/8/18, at approximately 6 p.m., the pictured female conducted a fraudulent return at the Walmart located at Town Center.

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Virginia Beach Police needs assistance in identifying this male:

On 9/30/18,  the pictured male entered the ABC Store on Laskin Road and concealed a bottle of Absolut in his pants.  An employee asked the suspect if he was going to pay for the bottle since he could see it sticking out of suspect’s pants, and the suspect kept walking past all points on sale.

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Virginia Beach Police needs assistance in identifying this male:

On 10/8/18, the pictured suspect entered the ABC store located at 2085 Lynnhaven Pkwy.   He shopped around for a few minutes, selected a bottle of Svedka, and placed it in his pocket.  The suspect then walked to the register, purchased a different bottle of alcohol, and walked out of the store without paying for the Svedka.