Crimes

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Counterfeit Currency 2019-04738 – 2019-043739

11/17/19:  The individual pictured (wearing black and white Air Max 95’s) entered the 1st 7-11 location at approximately 0413hrs and passed sixteen (16) counterfeit $50 bills, three (3) counterfeit $20 bills and seven (7) counterfeit $10 bills to purchase two pre-paid Visa cards. The suspect attempted to distract the cashier while he was inspecting the currency. She then went to the second 7-11 location at approximately 0427hrs and passed ten (10) counterfeit $50 bills to purchase another pre-paid Visa card.

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Hit & Run 2019-044778

On 11/23/19, at approximately 0930 hours, the victim left his vehicle parked in the parking lot on Constitution Drive VAB. The pictured suspect struck the victims  vehicle in the parking lot and left the scene. It appears the suspect was a contractor driving black Ford pickup truck which is also pictured below. This truck appeared to have a yellow/gold colored Virginia tag attached to the front and back with dark tinted windows. The truck may also have minor damage to the right front areas.

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Larceny (front porch pkg) 2019-045858

12/3/19.  on 23rd street.  The suspect took a package from the victim’s porch and the larceny was captured on the victim’s Ring doorbell camera

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Theft from ABC Store 2019044310

On 11/21/19 and 11/25/19, the pictured suspect entered the ABC Store on Shore Drive, went to the whisky aisle, and selected a bottle of Seagram Seven.   He put the bottle in the front of his pants concealing the item and then left the store.

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Shoplifting 2019045902

On 12/4/19, at approximately 2:25 p.m., the pictured black male entered a sporting goods store at Lynnhaven Mall via the mall entrance.  The suspect was wearing a white hoodie with black jeans and carrying a white bag.  He made his way to the winter coats where he tried on a black Nike down-filled vest along with a white Nike jacket.  The store manager saw him trying on the clothes but lost sight of him as he got closer.  The manager then later saw a security tag hanging out of the white bag which the suspect tucked in quickly.  The suspect exited the store by the mall entrance.

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Shoplifting 2019045261

On 11/29/19, the pictured suspects entered the Target on First Colonial Rd. where they filled their cart up with items totaling almost $1,000 and proceeded past all points of sale. When confronted by loss prevention, one of the females was cooperative and the other one left.  Soon after, the other female left and got into the same vehicle, a silver VW SUV.  All items were recovered.

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Credit Card Fraud 2019044065

On 11/19/2019, the victim had his credit cards and company checks stolen from his vehicle at approximately 1:30 p.m.  The victim’s credit card was used by the pictured suspect at Pembroke Mall  at 3:47 p.m. and 3:55 p.m.

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Theft of Package 2019043891

On 11/17/19, the pictured suspects stole a package off a doorstep in the Kempsville Lakes area and then cut through to the waterway.   The suspect on the bike was the lookout.

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Shoplifting from Wegmans 2019044194

On 11/18/2019, at 1:40 p.m., the pictured suspect concealed lump crab meat in her purse at Wegmans.  The suspect exited without paying for the item.  She got into the passenger seat of a red 2015 Lincoln Mk2.

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Fraud/Larceny from Vehicle 2019041897

On 11/1/19, the pictured suspect obtained several credit/debit cards from the victim’s vehicle parked at the Virginia Beach Tennis and Country Club.  He then proceeded to conduct a shopping spree at several locations in the Hilltop area.

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Armed Robbery 2019 045481

On 12/1/19, at approximately 2:58 p.m., a masked male entered the Red Barn, 2001 Indian River Rd., armed with a gun.  The male grabbed the female clerk and dragged her towards the register.  She was thrown into the Monster refrigerator and received minor injuries.  The clerk’s husband entered the store and interrupted the suspect.  The suspect then fled out of the back of the store in a black sedan.  Nothing was stolen.

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Fraud/Forgery 2019-042667

On 10/9/19, the suspect cashed a check belonging to my victim and purchased items from Walmart on First Colonial.

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Conterfeit Currency 2019-039505

on 10/15/19: The photogenic individual below met the victim on “Let Go” and “purchased” two (2) IPhone 5’s with a counterfeit $100 bill. The individual below then blocked the suspect from reaching out to her on the app before deleting the profile.

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Larceny from Building 2019-043476

On 11/15/19: The suspect kicked the glass out of the front door of Nails and More then did the same next door at the Cricket Wireless store. The suspect attacked the cash register at the nail shop. He took over $800 from the register. The Cricket store didn’t have anything stolen. This suspect fits the description from other burglaries in this area.   Suspect: Dark clothing face covered, Gloves, shoes with white borders.   Click these links to view the video’s

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Larceny2019-043903

On 11/2/19: This individual went into the 7-11 at Providence and Kempsville Road and stole $15.41 of Beef Jerky.

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Grand Larceny 2019-044063 – 2019-044177

On 11/19/109 the pictured individual went into the ABC store on Lynnhaven Pw and  Holland Rd on the same date, wearing the same attire and stole $645.90 worth of miscellaneous alcohol.

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Larceny 2019-043199

On 11/12/19: The pictured individual stole 2 bottles of Hennessy from ABC on Lynnhaven.  If you can identify him please submit a tip to crimesolvers.com, or on the P3 app on your smart phone.

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Theft 2019-043644

On 11/16/19: Suspect stole victim’s cell phone and wallet while it was sitting on the bar. Some of the stolen items were found on the running path behind the restaurant on Shore Drive.   Suspect:   White male, 25-35, 5’8” – 6’00”, 160-200lbs, wearing a dark colored sweater

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Larceny 2019-042338

On 10/27/19 this gentleman took a Craftsman Power Washer from the back of Aldo’s restaurant and placed it into a large dumpster in the back lot. He returned the next night, retrieved the power washer from the dumpster and rode away on his bright yellow Trek bike never to return.

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Theft of Seafood 2019043938

On 11/18/19, the pictured male entered the Grand Mart on Newtown Rd.,  concealed seafood items in his sweat jacket, and left without paying.  One of the clerks confronted him and was able to recover a pack of crab legs.

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Theft of iPhone 2019043160

On 11/12/19, at 7-Eleven on Lynnhaven Pkwy., the pictured suspect was seen via surveillance video taking an iPhone 7 left on the checkout counter by the victim.

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Hit & Run 2019043181

On 11/12/19, an elderly man was proceeding across the crosswalk in the Lynnhaven Walmart parking lot when a white 4-door sedan (possibly a 2014 Honda Accord) struck him, causing him to fall to the ground.  The pictured female driver yelled, “Sorry,” out the window and drove off.  The victim sustained minor injuries from the incident.  A witness stated the last four digits of the VA tag are possibly “6064”.  The victim also stated there may be a dent on the hood of the suspect’s vehicle because he hit it with his cane as the driver drove off.

 

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Grand Larceny 2019041165

On 10/27/19, at approximately 3:36 p.m., the pictured vehicle is seen on camera going through Halstead at Spence Crossing construction site.  A male and female were seen exiting the truck and walking around the job site.  The site supervisor later found that two generators were missing.

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Larceny 2019042825

On 11/9/19, at 4:55 p.m., the pictured suspect entered Food Lion on Wesleyan Drive and went to the toy/candy machines.  He proceeded to push the machines until he was able to obtain U.S. Currency from them.

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Theft from Wawa 2019043116

On 11/12/19, at approximately 7:45 a.m., the pictured unidentified male ordered a sandwich from the Wawa menu kiosk, 2954 Virginia Beach Blvd., and walked out of the store without paying.  He fled the scene north on a bicycle.

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Larceny 2019-043311

On 11/11/19, this male went into the ABC store on Central Park Ave he concealed a bottle of brandy in his pants. The male then exited the store without paying for the bottle.

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Larceny Shoplifting 2019-043038

On 11/11/19: at ABC Northampton Blvd: This suspect picked up two bottles of Hennessey and walked out of the store without paying:

Vehicle(s): Possibly 1996 White Cadillac DeVille.

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ABC Shoplifting 2019-041533

On 10/28/19, at approximately 1912 hours, this suspect entered the ABC store in Salem Crossing.  He selected two bottles of Paul Mason Brandy.  He pocketed one bottle and acted as if he was going to pay for the other.  Once at the counter, he put one bottle on the counter and left the store under the premise he was getting his wallet, he never returned.

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Shoplifting 2019-040804

On 10/24/19 a male and female entered the Beads and Rocks store at 335 Virginia Beach Blvd. They made off with approximately $200 worth of beads and rocks. The male attempted to steal a large geode but was confronted by the manager. Meanwhile the female pictured crammed beads and rocks into her pockets and left the store. They were driving a newer model black Chevy Tahoe.

Suspect 1: B/M 30-40 y/o, dark skin tone, wearing black jacket/ black hat and light color cargo pants w/blue camo backpack

Suspect 2: B/F 25-35y/o, medium skin tone, heavyset, wearing a dark shirt with white “nope” written all over it, dark pants.

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Uttering Counterfeit Currency 2019-027043

On 7/19/19: These suspects purchased items with counterfeit money and then later attempted to return the items for genuine currency.

At a store on Virginia Beach Blvd.    Do you recognize these individuals?

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Petit Larceny 2019-036859

9/26/19, at a grocery store on Virginia Beach Blvd. The pictured male stole beer from the business

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Shoplifting 2019-034262 Updated with more Pictures

On September 07, 2019, an unidentified B/M entered the clothing store located at 4564 Virginia Beach Blvd and proceeded to select athletic wear and run out the store. He appears to have a large tattoo on the side of his neck.  The suspect left the scene in a beige Acura with VA tag USF4041  

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Shoplifting 2019-041088

On 10/27/19: The white male pictured entered the Walmart and proceeded to the electronics section. He was seen on video concealing a HP laptop by putting it in his black back pack. He proceeded pass all points of sales.

Suspect(s) / Vehicle(s): W/M 20s facial hair brown hair 5’10” to 6’0” 160lbs to 200lbs.

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Shoplifting 2019-041254

On 10/15/19: The female pictured entered the Walmart on Lynnhaven Parkway and proceeded to women’s clothing section. She placed multiple items in a shopping cart. She proceeded pass all point of sales with the shopping cart. She was seen leaving in a White Kia with damage to the rear driver’s side body. She also shoplifted from this location on 10/19 and again on 10/27

Suspect(s) / Vehicle(s):  B/F in her late 30s to 40s with long braids

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Larceny/Shoplifting 2019-041536

On October 30, 2019 at approximately 1700, the pictured adult male concealed one bottle of Hennessey liquor valued at $19.99 in his left pant pocket. He placed a second bottle of Hennessy on the sales counter as if he was going to pay for it. He mumbled an excuse to the sales associate and then fled the store on foot without paying for the concealed liquor. The direction of travel for the suspect was west.

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Larceny 2019-036742

On 9/25/19: A black female walked into Store on Diamond Springs Road filled her cart with misc. items. Suspect had cashier ring up all the items, bagged them up, and placed them back into her cart. The suspect then asked the cashier to grab another item, at which time she exited the store without paying for the items.  She left the scene in a gold Hyundai SUV

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Shoplifting 2019-031684

on 8/19/19: The suspect enters the grocery store on Edison Road in VB, fills up the grocery cart with approximately $450.00 worth of merchandise and passed  all points of sale.

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Larceny from vehicle/CC fraud 2019-036741

On September 25, 2019, the suspects pictured used a stolen credit card in Norfolk that was taken from the victim’s vehicle in Virginia Beach.
Suspect #1: B/M, 18-23 YOA, about 5’8” 140 lbs. with black hair wearing black pants, and a black shirt with a rose.

Suspect #2: B/M, 18-23 YOA, about 5’5” 125 lbs. with black hair wearing black pants and a black shirt.

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Stolen Scooter 2019-042682

on 11/8/19: Unknown white male driver and unknown male passenger got out of a burnt orange colored Dodge Dakota 4 door pickup truck, grabbed the scooter and left the parking lot.  scooter vid  click here to see video.
Suspect(s) Unknown males

Vehicle(s): Dodge Dakota 4 door pickup

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Stolen Vehicle 2019-040095

Summary: On 10/20/2019, the victim left his vehicle running at the pumps, while inside 7-11 paying for gas and merchandise. At approximately 0517 am hours, suspect #1 entered the 7-11 then exited getting into the passenger side of white SUV that was parked next to the victim’s vehicle a 2004 grey Lexus GS300. Suspect #2 wearing a red hoodie exited the driver’s side of the SUV and entered the driver’s side of the victim’s vehicle stealing it. Both vehicles then drove off. No license plate was able to be obtained on the suspect vehicle.

Suspect #1: B/M, age 25-30, height 5’08- 5’10”, weight 170, black hoodie with NASA Emblem on the front.

Suspect #2: U/M, , height 6’01”, weight unk, red hoodie

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Vehicle Larceny 2019-039548 /2019-039541 /2019-039552 /2019-039577

On October 16, 2019 approximately 0100-0200 hours numerous vehicle larcenies occurred in around Bloomsbury Cres., Hillsboro Quay, Grey Fox Lane. Medication, US Currency, phone chargers are some of the items stolen.  If you recognize this individual, submit a tip to the crime solvers website or the P3 app on your smart phone.

Suspect: Black male mid 20’s to early 30’s with a goatee

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Theft from ABC Store 2019035098

On 9/13/19, the pictured suspects entered the ABC Store on Northampton Blvd., and one of them walked out with two bottles of Gray Goose Vodka.  It appeared they were acting in concert.

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Credit Card Theft 2019041819

On 11/1/19, the 3 persons pictured entered the victim’s unlocked vehicle and stole two credit cards.  The suspects then used the credit cards at several businesses throughout the Hampton Roads area.

 

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Uttering Counterfeit Currency 2019024837

On 7/4/19, the pictured suspect attempted to purchase gift cards with $250 worth of counterfeit money.

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Shoplifting 2019041825

On 11/1/19, at approximately 3:53 pm, a male and female entered the Sunglass Hut at Lynnhaven Mall with two young boys and a baby in a stroller. The male instructed the older boy (age 7-9) to steal sunglasses valued over $900 while the adults distracted the employees. They left in a white Toyota van.

 

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Theft from ABC Store 2019041244

On 10/28/19, the pictured suspect entered the ABC store on Independence Blvd., selected two Hennessy gift sets, and left the business without paying for them.

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Larceny Shoplifting 2019-035363/2019-035371

UPDATE:  One person identified.  If you know the identity of the others submit an anonymous tip. 

On September 14, 2019, at 9:16 p.m., five black females entered a department store located on Independence Blvd. where they proceeded to gather various items and fill up a shopping cart with approximately $303 in merchandise. They then proceeded past all points of sale without attempting to pay (2019-035371).

At approximately 10:15 p.m., the same five black females entered a department store located in Landstown Shopping Center where proceeded through multiple areas of the store and together gathered approximately $1,184 in clothing and shoes into a shopping cart and then proceeded past all points of sale without attempting to pay (2019-035363).

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Suspect 2

Suspects 1, 2 & 3

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Credit Card Theft/Fraud 2019034616

On 9/9/19, the pictured male made two unauthorized purchases using a debit card belonging to someone else, the first for $26.31 worth of gas from 7-Eleven at 1996 S. Independence Blvd., and the second attempted at Footaction in Lynnhaven Mall for $296.80.  The second purchase was declined by the bank.  A female employee at Footaction knows suspect by an alias of “Bust” or “Bus.”

 

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Credit Card Fraud 2019038102

On 10/5/19, the  pictured suspect entered the Walgreens at 4768 Shore Drive and attempted to purchase gift cards with a stolen credit card.  Suspect was a passenger in a black Kia Soul.

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Larceny 2019040515

On 10/19/19, victim reported her wallet was stolen from her vehicle while it was parked outside her residence.  Within hours, the pictured suspects used several of her credit cards at 7-Eleven, 1510 Brambleton Ave., in Norfolk.  A third male was with them but wasn’t on camera.  They left in a white sedan.  The cards were also used at 7-Eleven, 1200 Monticello Ave. in Norfolk.

 

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Theft of Seafood Products 2019039456

On 10/14/19 and 10/15/19, the pictured female entered the Grand Mart on Newtown Rd., selected various seafood products, and left the store both times without paying for the items.

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Cigar Theft 2019038264

On 10/7/19, the pictured suspect walked into the 7-Eleven at 2200 Pleasure House Rd., took assorted flavors of cigars, and ran out of the store.

 

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Shoplifting 2019-040797

On October 24, 2019, at approximately 9 pm, these two suspects stole frozen seafood from a grocery store on Virginia Beach Blvd.  The suspect vehicle may be a Red Honda CRV.

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Shoplifting 2019-040960, 2019-040965

10/26/19: This suspect went into to two different ABC Stores, General Booth & Princess Anne Rd, After wandering around the stores for a while he grabbed two half gallons of Patron Tequila and walked out of the stores without paying. 

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Grand Larceny 2019-039011

On 10/10/19, at Lynnhaven Parkway, The suspect pictured concealed Sephora merchandise inside her shopping bag, valued at $698, and left the store without paying.

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Larceny Shoplifting 2019-040373

10/22/2019, an unknown black male, placed $300 worth of laundry Tide pods in a cart along with air filters.

He then walked out of the Grocery Store on Virginia Beach Blvd without paying for these items. Suspect: 45-50 yo, 5’9” – 6’, 200lbs

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Possible Attempted Burglary 2019-038257

October 5th, this suspect was caught on video checking out the victims house.  It is unknown if suspect was attempting burglary.  If you have any information please contact Crime Solvers to submit a tip.https://crimesolvers.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/11/Attempted-Burglary-1.mp4?_=1

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Larceny from Vehicle 2019-040467

On 10/23/19 at approximately 0351 hours, this suspect was seen on video walking up to vehicles and checking door handles.  He stole the victim’s handgun from his unlocked vehicle a silver Toyota Camry in Lake Christopher. (The video does not show the vehicle, only the thief checking handles.) If you recognize this individual please submit a tip to Crime Solvers.

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ABC Larceny 2019-039450

And he strikes again.  This Suspect has stolen Hennessey Multiple times from different stores in VB.  Do you know who this individual is?  If you can identify him and know a Location for him, Please send a tip to Crime Solvers.  This time it was on 10/15/19, on Northampton Blvd.  He always wears the same hat, sometimes the same clothes.  Does not even try to hide his face from the camera, however this is the best picture yet. 

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Assault 2019-037143

Please keep a look out for the below silver vehicle. It was involved in an attempted malicious wounding on 9/28/19 at Auburn Dr and S Military Hwy. It has black markings on the passenger side doors as well as minor damage to the rear passenger side wheel well. The vehicle will also possibly have minor front end damage. Any information that leads to an arrest could lead to a reward. 

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Shoplifting 2019039601

On 10/16/19, 3 males entered a clothing store at Lynnhaven Mall. One grabbed a duffle bag and the other two retrieved clothing items and placed them in the bag.  The two males exited out through the mall while the one with the duffle bag exited through the door that leads to the outside.  All three left in a gray Honda Accord.

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Theft of Wallet 2019037162

On 9/28/19, the victim forgot that she had placed her wallet on top of her vehicle while fueling on Brigands Way.  The wallet fell to the ground and the victim exited the parking lot.  A vehicle pulled into the pump area a couple of minutes later, and the front passenger picked up the wallet and put it in his back pocket as he walked to the store.  The victim’s credit card was used less than an hour later at the Sunoco on George Washington Hwy. in Chesapeake.  Click link below to view video.

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Hit & Run 2019041503

On 10/30/19, the pictured burgundy Ford pickup truck backed into an occupied vehicle in the parking lot of the Food Lion on Independence Blvd.  The truck then left the parking lot headed northbound on Independence.

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Larceny 2019-039431

On 10/10/19, The pictured black male walked into the ABC store on Northampton Blvd, took a bottle of Woodford Reserve, concealed it, and walked out of the store.

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Shoplifting 2019-030053

On August 08, 2019 at approximately 1759, the pictured unidentified adult females Entered a grocery store on Independence blvd, gathered groceries and non-perishables, loaded laundry baskets, placed them in shopping carts and walked out of the store passing all points of sale without purchasing the merchandise. The two women got into car in the parking lot and fled the scene in an unknown direction.

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Shoplifting 2019035724

On 9/18/19, at approximately 9:50 a.m., at a crafts store on Virginia Beach Blvd., the pictured male concealed two floral arrangements valued at $30 each in a plastic bag and placed the bag in a shopping cart.  He purchased one floral arrangement at the register and walked out of the store without paying for the concealed arrangements.

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Theft from ABC Store 2019036843

On 9/26/19, the pictured female entered the ABC Store on Northampton Blvd. to purchase alcohol.   When asked to show ID, she didn’t have any, placed the bottles of alcohol back on the shelf, and left the building.  Security camera footage shows that the suspect took a bottle of Crown Royal Vanilla off the shelf and placed it in her jacket prior to leaving the store.

 

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Theft from ABC Store 2019038913

UPDATE:  Suspect identified and arrested based on a Crime Solvers tip.  

 

On 10/11/19, the pictured female entered the ABC Store on Independence Blvd., concealed a bottle of Hennessy and a bottle of brandy in her handbag, and left the store without paying.

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Larceny 2019038626

On 10/09/19, the two pictured females entered a department store on Virginia Beach Blvd., filled a cart with clothing, and concealed the items in a canvas bag.  They then went past all points of sale and exited the store, getting into a gold Hyundai Elantra.

 

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Theft from ABC Store 2019039600

On 10/16/19, the two pictured individuals entered the ABC store on Lynnhaven Pkwy.  While the black male distracted the store employee, the white male put a bottle of Corazon Tequila in his pants.  Both individuals left without paying for the bottle.

 

 

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Thefts from ABC Store 2019039717/2019038805

On 10/10/19 and 10/17/19,  the pictured suspect entered the ABC store on Independence Blvd., selected two bottles of Hennessy, and left the store without paying for them.

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Larceny 2019038279

On 10/6/19-10/7/19, the pictured suspect went through the victim’s vehicle on Witchduck Rd. and stole cash.  Suspect appears to be male, possibly in his 30-40’s, wearing black Adidas shoes.

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Credit Card Theft/Fraud 2019035995

On 9/20/19, the pictured suspects each made a purchase with a separate “cloned” credit card, card information belonging to the same victim.

 

 

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ABC Larceny Multiple 2019-038365

On 10/7/19, The pictured individual stole 2 bottles of Hennessy from Holland road ABC store.

On 10/2/19 The pictured individual stole 2 bottles of Hennessy from Holland road ABC store.

On 8/11/19 The pictured individual stole $328 worth of groceries from Wegmans.

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Shoplifting 2019-040006

On 10/19/19, The pictured suspect entered the Walgreens located at 2400 Atlantic Ave, went directly to the beer cooler, selected a 24 pack of Budweiser, passed all points of sale and exited the store without paying.

Suspect:  W/M, 40-50 years old, cream colored long sleeve shirt, blue flannel pattern shorts and work boots. Suspect has a backpack with him.

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Larceny ABC 2019-039278

On 10/13/19 this individual went into the ABC on Holland Rd and walked out with a bottle of Avion silver tequila and Crown royal apple, without paying for them. 

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Attempted Burglary 2019039514

On 10/12/19, a Hispanic female pulled up in the victim’s driveway on Atlantic Ave. and got out of the passenger door.  She proceeded to the victim’s front door and out of camera view.   She then went to the side gate and entered the victim’s backyard, proceeding to the victim’s breezeway.  The female was unable to gain entry and then left the property in the same vehicle in which she arrived.  The driver was never seen.

 

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Destruction of Property 2019026063

On 712/19, at approximately 7:38 p.m., the pictured black male entered Popeye’s Chicken, 812 Lynnhaven Pkwy., to complain about a very long wait time in the drive-thru and to demand a refund.  The manager had a long line and before she could get to him to process a refund, the suspect started yelling in the lobby and telling other customers not to purchase items.  He then threw a large glass jar filled with 100 jalapeños and smashed it on the ground.  While walking toward the front door, he grabbed a metal chair and hurled it at the front door, causing all the glass in the door to shatter out of the frame.  The damage was estimated to be $1,550 in total.

 

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Theft from ABC Store 2019035014

On 9/12/19, at the ABC Store on Holland Rd., the pictured male selected a 200ml bottle of Bacardi and concealed it on his person. He then grabbed a second bottle and paid for it at the register.

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Theft from ABC Store 2019038905

On 10/11/19, the pictured suspect entered the ABC on Lynnhaven Pkwy.  Once inside, he selected 3 bottles of cognac and placed them under his arms.  The suspect then walked past all points of sale without paying.

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Destruction of Property 2019037696

On 10/2/19, Suspect got her nails done at 757 Nails and then refused to pay the $25 bill.  The suspect then proceeded to destroy a couple of decorations in the store, one of which was a statue valued at $350.

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Larceny from Building 2019037063

On 9/27/19, the pictured suspect was seen driving a white, possibly Chevy pickup with Maryland license plates. The pickup had Verizon magnetic stickers on the sides of the vehicle.  The suspect approached one of the homeowners on Sydenham Trail and stated he needed to gain access to the backyard.  The victim had a Ryobi impact drill and a Ryobi drill with battery stolen from his shed.   Verizon could not confirm any work orders for this area.

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Theft of Purse 2019039361

On 10/15/19, the pictured suspect entered the 7-Eleven at 600 N. Birdneck Rd., reached over the counter, and stole the clerk’s purse.  He then ran out of the store and fled the scene on a red moped.  The victim was able to catch up to the suspect and take her purse back from him.  Suspect had teeth missing in the front of his mouth.

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Theft from ABC Store 2019038490

On 10/8/19, the two pictured males stole alcohol from the ABC store on Northampton Blvd.

 

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Hit & Run 2019035932

On 9/19/19, the victim parked her vehicle in the Hilltop Walmart parking lot.  The pictured suspect was parked next to the victim.  Suspect left in his vehicle, striking the victim’s car which caused the victim’s bumper to be torn off her vehicle.  The suspect continued driving, leaving the scene heading eastbound on Laskin Road.

 

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Larceny 2019038755

On 10/9/19, the pictured white male entered a hotel bar at the beach and went to the bar area, which was closed and roped off.  The suspect poured himself a beer,  hung out behind the bar, and then got the keys to the liquor cabinets and went through them.

 

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Theft of Purse 2019036225

On 9/21/19, the victim had her purse stolen at the IRR bowling alley on Indian River Rd.  Her credit card was used at the Smokers Choice in Chesapeake the next day by the pictured male.

 

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Shoplifting at Wawa 2019036634 Double Shoplifting

On 9/24/19, the first pictured male entered the Wawa on Lynnhaven Pkwy., grabbed 3 cases of Bud Light, and left without paying.

And then a White male came in directly after this suspect and also took numerous cans of beer and placed them on his person and left without paying.

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Shoplifting at Walmart 2019037579

On 10/1/19, the pictured suspect entered the Salem Crossing Walmart and attempted to steal $58.83 worth of merchandise.  He willingly went into the Loss Prevention office when stopped by employees, but fled on foot prior to police arrival.

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WAWA Ferrell Parkway 2019-036884

The pictured white male is responsible for petit larceny thefts from WAWA, 5048 Ferrell Parkway in September.

He goes behind the counter, and steals Chewing Tobacco 5 count roll.

 

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Multiple ABC Grand Larcenies

We have 4 different incidents, in 4 different ABC Stores  around Virginia beach, of this person stealing Patron.  The latest incident was two different stores on the same day, Oct 6th, 2019. If you recognize her please submit a tip to www.crimesolvers.com, download the P3 app on your smart phone to submit a tip, or call 1-888-LOCK-U-UP.  It is easy to submit a tip and remain completely anonymous. And you can earn a reward.  

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ABC Larceny 2019-037971

On 10/2/19 at ABC Holland road, the subject walked in and grabbed two bottles of Hennessy. He left the store without paying.  Do you know this person, He is also suspected to have taken items from Wegmans, wearing the same tshirt. 

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Petit Larceny 2019-038334

UPDATE: Chanan Chenault: has 4 warrants for her arrest. 

On October 6, 2019, at 1352 hours, the pictured white female entered an ABC store located at 150 Central Park to put numerous bottles of liquor into her handbag before leaving the store.

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Counterfeit Currency 2019-027899

On 7/25/19, The individual pictured went into 7-11 on Oceana Blvd at approximately 0413hrs and passed a counterfeit $20. He obtained $10 worth of gasoline. He then obtained $10 of real U.S. currency.

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Theft – 2019-036313

Hill Top West on 9/22/19, One suspect distracted the manager while two other suspects placed items into the female’s bag. Manager caught them stealing one item and it was returned but he was unaware that they stole other items as well and let them leave.

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Larceny 2019-036003

On 09/19/19, at a department store on Independence Blvd, the pictured females loaded up a cart full of clothing, removed the sensors and concealed some of the merchandise in their purses. As they were leaving, the clerk approached them. One of the females pushed past the clerk. They left without paying for the items.

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Counterfeit Currency 2019-032844

On 8/27/2019: The individual pictured went into a grocery store on Princess Anne Road and purchased a 40oz bottle of Icehouse beer with a counterfeit $50 bill. This suspect frequents this location and has been recognized by employees as the same individual who passed counterfeit currency in the past.

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Credit Card Theft / Fraud 2019-037516

On 9/30/19, at approximately 1200 hours, a black male suspect entered an unlocked door at a salon, ran by the victim to take a wallet containing credit cards and cash money. Video footage shows the suspect buying two PS4 video game systems at Walmart located at Virginia Beach Blvd near Town Center.

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Larceny/Concealment 2019-037807

On 10/3/19 at First Colonial Walmart:  The Female  and Male pictured entered the store together, removed a portable scanner from its packaging then concealed it. The two also took the hooded coat, removed the price tag and then the female put the hooded coat on under her coat. These two may live in the Plaza area of the city.  They left the store in a gold Tahoe

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Theft from ABC Store 2019037355

On 9/28/19, the pictured suspect entered the ABC store, selected two bottles of Hennessy, and left the business without paying for them.

 

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Larceny 2019034308

On 9/7/19, the pictured suspects stole multiple items from a store on S. Plaza Trail.  One of the females distracted the clerk while the others ran off with a cart, passing all points of sale.

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Credit Card Fraud 2019020728

On 6/6/19, the pictured suspect took the victim’s credit & debit cards and used both of them at multiple locations.

 

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Grand Larceny 2019036765

On 9/25/19, at Lynnhaven Mall, the two pictured suspects worked together to conceal 3 pairs of sunglasses valued at over $800.  The suspects then fled without paying for the glasses.

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Theft of Bicycle 2019038125

On 9/28/19, at approximately 11:50 a.m., the pictured black males entered a parking lot on Lynnhaven Parkway riding a pink beach cruiser.  The male on the handlebars jumped off, picked up the GT mountain bike, and rode off.

The bicycle stolen was a women’s GT mountain bike with a mint blue crossbar, a pink lower bar, and a wide beach cruiser seat, same model as the one pictured.

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Hit and Run 2019037525

On 10/01/19, at approximately 12:45 p.m., the suspect driver hit the victim’s vehicle in the Pleasant Valley Shopping Center parking lot.  A witness described the suspect as possibly a white female.  The last three letters of the tag may be TRK.  The suspect was last seen driving down Lynnhaven Pkwy. towards Indian River Rd.

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Uttering Counterfeit Currency 2019038231

On 10/6/19, the pictured individuals passed counterfeit $50 bills.  When confronted, they left the business quickly and fled in a dark-colored Toyota pickup, possibly a Tundra.

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Shoplifting 2019036574

On 9/24/19, at approximately 3:43 p.m., at Landstown Commons, the pictured suspects concealed two pairs of crocs in their purses and exited without paying for the merchandise.

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Larceny 2019026900

On 7/17/19, at approximately 7 a.m., at a hotel on Lynnhaven Pkwy., a Hispanic male took a cigarette case off of the stairs that did not belong to him.

 

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Shoplifting 2019037118

On 9/28/19 at approximately 11:33 a.m., two black females and a black male exited Lynnhaven Mall at a run carrying approximately $211 in clothing and purses that they had stolen from a clothing store.

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Credit Card Fraud 2019035702

On 9/18/19, at approximately 3 a.m., the pictured suspects used a credit card that was stolen from a vehicle in the Kempsville Lakes area hours before.

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Larceny Shoplifting 2019-035870

On September 18, 2019, at approximately 1954 hours, two black females entered a clothing store located at Lynnhaven Mall. They proceeded to conceal approximately $1987 in clothing in shopping bags, they brought with them, in under 5 minutes and leave the store, never going towards the checkout counter.

Suspect 1: Black Female, 18-25 YOA, medium skin tone, with dark hair wearing a pink shirt with a white circle containing an upside down triangle on the back, white shorts, and black shoes

Suspect 2: Black Female, 18-25 YOA, medium skin tone, with pink hair, wearing a white shirt, grey pants (possibly leggings) with white and black strips from calf to ankle, and grey shoes

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Larceny 2019-036690

On 9/25/19, The individual in this picture stole over $400.00 worth of Merchandise from a home construction store on Lynnhaven Parkway.  The pictures here are very clear.  Do you recognize this person or this vehicle?

 

  

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Shoplifting 2019-036467

Not satisfied with the small bottle of Patron, this individual picked up the big bottle.  On 9/23/19, the white female pictured walked in to the ABC on Ferrell Parkway and walked out with a bottle of Patron. However, she did not pay for the bottle that is valued at $104.

Do you know this person? Submit an anonymous tip online at Crimesolvers.com, download the P3 app on your smart phone, or call 1-888-LOCK-U-UP. You could be eligible for a reward when this individual is arrested.

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Theft from ABC Store 2019037047

On 9/27/19, the pictured female entered the ABC store at Haygood Shopping Center and concealed a bottle of Hennessy in her bag.  She left without paying for it.  It’s possible she was accompanied by a black male who distracted one of the employees.

 

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Theft of Wallet 2019008233

On 3/7/19, at approximately 12:15 p.m., the pictured male followed the female victim inside a grocery store on Shore Drive. While shopping, the victim placed her purse in the shopping cart that she was using.  At times, she gathered products from shelves and left her purse unattended.  The suspect stole the victim’s wallet out of her purse when she wasn’t looking.

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Larceny and Fraud 2019027161

On 7/20/19, the victim’s vehicle key fob was removed from his locker at a fitness center on Virginia Beach Blvd.  The suspect found the victim’s vehicle in the fitness center parking lot using the key fob, entered the victim’s vehicle, and stole the victim’s credit cards.  The suspect then used the credit cards at Lynnhaven Mall and made two large purchases.

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Shoplifting 2019034313

On 9/7/19, at approximately 5:25 p.m., at Pembroke Mall, the pictured males selected clothing items and concealed them inside a bag.   Once confronted by Loss Prevention, the males fled on foot and got into a red Chrysler.

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Larceny 2019032392

On 8/24/19, victim states that she parked at a business on Lishelle Pl.   While inside, the suspect entered her vehicle and took $200.

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Fraud 2019036035

On 9/30/19, at approximately 3:15 p.m., a male entered a hardware store on Laskin Rd. and claimed that he had purchased items but had forgotten them and left the store.  The male stated that he did not have a receipt because it was packed away in preparation for a trip.  The male created a scene when the manager said she could not locate a transaction that matched the claims.  The manager became distracted and gave the male $369.98 in cash.  Since the event, the manager has been unable to locate any transaction to match.

Suspect is described as a white male, late 40’s–early 50’s, approximately 6 feet, 220 pounds. He was balding but had some dark hair.  The suspect left the scene in a new model, black Chevrolet Silverado pickup, crew cab, bed appearing to have a tonneau cover, license 822-6884.  Tag search was negative.

 

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Larceny from Motor Vehicle 2019036433

On 9/23/19, at 1:15 p.m., 2 unknown suspects stole the victim’s purse and credit cards from her vehicle.   At 2:24 p.m., the pictured suspects attempted to use her stolen credit card to buy cigarettes at  7-Eleven, 5827 E. Virginia Beach Blvd., Norfolk.  The suspects were in an older, green Toyota Camry.

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Hit and Run 2019-034112

On 09/05/19 at approximately 1852 hours, a white female driver was pulling out of a parking space when she hit a parked vehicle. The female driver never stopped and left the parking lot of Wegmans. The vehicle appears to be a Ford Escort License Plate, Possibly ***-1764, If you know this car, Contact Crime Solvers, via www.p3tips.com, Download the P3 app on your phone or call 1-888-LOCK-U-UP.

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Credit Card Fraud, 2019-032707

Summary: On 08/26/19, this suspect used a stolen credit card to make a purchase at Home Depot on Virginia Beach Blvd and DTLR at Lynnhaven Mall.

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Shoplifting Walmart 2019-035911

On 9/18/19, the two suspects below entered the Walmart 2021 Lynnhaven Parkway and stole a cell phone and headset totaling $1,400. The male suspect has long braids with blonde tips

Solved
Shoplifting 2019-035892

UPDATE:  Suspect was identified and arrested based on crime solvers tip. 

On September 19, 2019, the below suspect entered FootAction inside Lynnhaven Mall and stole approximately $1025 worth of Ethika boxer briefs. If you recognize this suspect, please contact Crime Solvers.  You can submit a tip anonymously online or download the app on IPhone or Android

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Shoplifting 2019-033452

Summary: On 8/27/19 the two individuals entered the Apple Store located inside Lynnhaven Mall and stole several Apple Watches. 

Solved
Shoplifting 2019-034689

UPDATE: Person identified as Marcia Sabrina Dumas.

Summary: On September 10, 2019 at 1200 hours, the suspect pictured concealed five Lancome perfume gift sets from Kohls on Princess Anne Road. She was originally compliant with Loss Prevention and then fled.

Suspect: W/F, 40-50 YOA, about 180 lbs. with blonde hair. Left in a white Chevy sedan.

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Larceny Shoplifting, Target 2019-030309

Summary:  On August 10, 2019,  three males entered Target on Independence Blvd S . Two of the subjects collected game controllers, calculators, and a backpack.  Loss prevention observed them conceal the items into the backpack. All three left all points of sale without attempting to pay

Suspect 1: B/M, 18-25 YOA, short black hair wearing a navy tank top, white washed jeans, and white shoes

Suspect 2: B/M, 18-25 YOA, short black hair, wearing a black & red hat, black t-shirt, black & red underwear, blue jeans, and black/red shoes

Suspect 3: B/M, 18-25 YOA, medium skin tone, thin build, with dark hair, wearing a black NY Yankees hat, black long sleeve shirt with “DEE$$”, camo pants, and black/white shoes

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Commercial Burglary 2019-036384

Summary: At approximately 0230 hours on September 23rd a male broke the glass door at a business to gain entry. Once inside the male took the cash register and $100, which was inside the register. The male was captured on surveillance prior to the burglary coming from the area of the 7-11 at 325 N. Great Neck Road. There is a possibility that this individual is responsible for multiple burglaries in this general area. The stills displayed  are from this specific incident.

The suspect wears dark clothes, white cloth over face, white soled shoes and white gloves with silicon palms.

Unsolved
Larceny at Target 2019-031178

Summary: On 08/13/2019, this woman took approximately $930 worth of merchandise from Target on Independence without payment.

Suspect: Black Female, 25-35 yrs old, white t-shirt with blue print: “SHOOT ‘TIL MY ARM FALLS OFF”, black pants, and black shoes. Long, dark hair, pulled back in a ponytail.

Vehicle: Suspect left the scene in a BLUE HYUNDAI SUV.

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Larceny Pkg Theft 2019-035656

On 9/17/19 the individual in this picture stole a package off the victim’s porch on Breccia Lane. 

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Credit Card Fraud 2019-033874

On 7/8/2019, The suspect made a small debit card purchase at 1924 Diamond Springs Road. The business later received chargeback due to a report of fraud. The credit card company confirmed there were other charges that were reported as fraud.

 

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Larceny 2019-034451

 

On 09/08/2019, The pictured individual stole a bottle of Tequila from the ABC store on Holland Road..

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Golf Club Larceny 2019-034584

On 9/9/19 these suspects stole three bags of golf clubs from Cypress Point Golf Club, near the 17th hole.   We are looking for a w/m wearing teal colored shirt, left in a white Hyundai Sonata 4d possibly 2009-2012 with a dark sunroof.  Two white males, one was driving.    Click on the link to view the video

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Petit Larceny 2019-035884

On 9/18/19, at 2035 hours, the unknown suspect stole a bottle of Crown Royal Vanilla from the ABC store. This is the third time in the past couple months he has stolen bottles of liquor from the store. Employees claim he is a frequent customer inside the store. Store employees confronted him in the past, but he still comes in to steal 

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Auto Theft 2019-029715

On 08/06/19 between 0230 and 0700, a 2004 Ford Taurus was stolen from S. Clubhouse Rd and left at the Walmart on Tidewater Drive gas station at 0740 am. The suspect is a white female, thin, with dyed red hair, approx. height 5’3″ to 5’5″ and very crooked teeth. A resident on S. Clubhouse Rd has video from September 7, 2019 of the same female checking a car door handle before getting into a vehicle and leaving with a black male.

 

Unsolved
Petit Larceny 2019-034446

Help is needed to identify the below pictured black male in dark clothing. On 09/08/19, This male stole various grocery items from Walmart and passed all points of sale.

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Larceny (ABC) 2019-034981

On September 12, 2019, This individual, a White Female in her late 20’s to mid-30’s, is seen on video at the ABC store 4334 Holland Road, concealing bottles of alcohol and proceeding past all points of sale.

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Larceny from 7-11 2019-035549

Summary:   This suspect entered the 7-11 at 1010 Pacific Avenue. She was seen concealing a Hershey’s chocolate bar and two make up products. She passed all points of sale. The suspect left the scene on a black bicycle and was seen going towards the Seashire Inn.

Suspect(s): White Female, 30-40 y/o, 5’4’’-5’7’’, black shirt, blue jeans, black shoes, black purse, and has tattoos on her chest area. Suspect is possibly staying in the Seashire Inn as the complainant witnessed her taking a left into the parking lot of the Seashire.

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Grand Larceny 2019-034262

On September 07, 2019, an unidentified Black Male entered the Kohl’s located at 4564 Virginia Beach Blvd and proceeded to select athletic wear and run out the store. The suspect left the scene in a beige Acura with VA tag USF4041.

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Larceny from ABC 2019-034161 and 2019-035226

On 09/05/19, and 09/06/19 a Black Male entered the ABC Store on 5832 Northampton blvd and stole alcohol by concealing it in his jacket. The same suspect returned the next day, chatted with a clerk, and then stole additional bottles of alcohol. He appeared to approach and leave the area on foot.

 

 

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Shoplifting from Walmart 2019033304

On 8/31/19, This person entered the Walmart on Lynnhaven Parkway and attempted to walk out with a 43 inch television. When stopped by Loss Prevention, the male left the television and ran into the parking lot. He was seen leaving in a black Chevy sedan.

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Larceny Stolen Credit Cards 2019-032376

On 8/24/2019, The victim dropped his wallet in Panera. It was picked up then the credit cards were then used at multiple Walgreens and a Target locations for a total of thousands of dollars. There are multiple subjects who used different cards at various locations.  If you recognize any of these men, click more info to submit a tip online.

 

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Larceny ABC Northampton 2019-0345650

on 9/6/19  a Male suspect walked into VA ABC located on Northampton Blvd, stuffs a bottle of Grey Goose Vodka down his pants, and walks out without paying.  And here we are with the great pictures from the ABC Store. Do you recognize this man? Click on More Info to submit a tip online.

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Larceny ABC Store Case 2019-032645

On Aug 26, 2019, This male, in his late 20’s to early 30’s, is seen on video concealing a bottle of alcohol and proceeding past all points of sale. At Holland Road ABC.  Remember, ABC has some of the best cameras and video equipment.  They will get your picture.  Smile for the camera!

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Shoplifting Walmart Case #2019-032530

On 8/19/19, at approximately 1355 hours, This Individual entered the Walmart on 2021 Lynnhaven Parkway and stole a Virgin Mobile cell phone valued at $34.88

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Larceny from Motor Vehicle 2019032852

On 8/28/19 at approximately 12:24 a.m., the pictured  suspect used something to break the window of a vehicle on Gem Court.  He then entered the vehicle and rummaged through it before running off.

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Theft from 7-Eleven 2019032458

On 8/25/19, at approximately 6:29 a.m., the pictured suspect entered the 7-Eleven at 6673 Indian River Rd., shopped around, and went to pay for his items.  While at the counter, he asked the clerk for some food from the grill.  When the clerk walked away, the suspect grabbed a carton of Newport cigarettes and left the store without paying for them.

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Shoplifting at Walmart 2019032529

On 8/25/19, the pictured male brought a child into Walmart, filled a cart with groceries, and attempted to exit without paying.  He was confronted by Loss Prevention, who recovered the cart; however, the suspect fled the scene in a gray van.

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Larceny/Credit Card Fraud 2019032360

While shopping at the Hilltop Walmart on 8/23/19, the victim’s wallet was stolen.  The next day, the   two pictured suspects attempted to use the victim’s credit cards at Target, 525 First Colonial Rd., for gift cards totaling $1,047.35 and were declined.

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Robbery 2019034759

On 9/10/19, the pictured individual entered the Miller Mart at 627 Independence Blvd., walked around the store, then approached the counter and asked for 2 packs of Marlboro Red cigarettes.  After the cashier gave the suspect his total, the suspect demanded cash from the register.  The cashier refused to give him money, and the suspect started moving his hands around in his sweatshirt pocket, demanding money again.  The cashier thought the suspect may have been moving around a weapon.  The cashier refused and the suspect grabbed the cigarettes and ran from the store.  The suspect had a cut under his right eye that was still bleeding.

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Larceny from Motor Vehicle 2019032225

On 8/23/19, at approximately 4:57 a.m., the suspects entered the victim’s vehicle on Linshaw Lane and took two pairs of designer sunglasses.

 

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Robbery 2019032976

On 8/28/19, at approximately 10:58 p.m., the pictured male went into Food Lion located at 3960 Salem Lakes Blvd.   The suspect was armed with a gun and demanded that the clerk open the register.  After money was obtained, the suspect fled the scene in a white sedan.

 

Unsolved
Tool Theft 2019-027282

On 7/21/19, the  pictured male and female  were seen driving a silver Dodge minivan.  They entered the Home Depot on Lynnhaven Pkwy. briefly and then parked near the victim’s vehicle.  The victim had several power tools stolen from his truck while he was in the store.

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Larceny from Motor Vehicle 2019-030965

On 8/14/19, at approximately 10:20 p.m., the pictured suspect went into victim’s unlocked vehicle in a parking lot at 5760 Northampton Blvd.

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Larceny 2019-030924

On 8/14/19, the pictured suspect entered the Exxon on Indian River Rd., took  cigarettes and the clerk’s cell phone, and left without paying.

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Larceny (2019-032410)

On 8/24/19, at Sunsations, 3300 Atlantic Ave., a white female, blonde hair, black headband, and gray tank top, took a black knit purse hanging on the end of a clothing rack which had been placed there by the victim while she tried on a jacket.  The suspect wore the purse along with her own backpack and left the store.

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Theft from ABC Store (2019-031971)

On 8/18/19, the pictured entered the ABC store in Providence Square, selected a bottle of brandy, and  tucked the bottle into his shorts pocket.  The male proceeded to grab another bottle and attempted to purchase it, but his card was declined.  He then exited the store with the first bottle still in his pocket.

 

Unsolved
Theft of TVs (2019-030421)

The pictured suspects are responsible for the theft of 3 Sanyo TVs valued at $219 from Walmart.

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Destruction of Rock (2019-031337)

On 8/17/19, the pictured female broke a piece of crystal out of a larger geode.  The female took one of the chunks of crystal and tried to purchase it.  She found out the cost, put it down, and then broke a smaller chunk off and purchased that.

Unsolved
Theft from ABC Store (2019-032260)

On 8/23/19, the pictured suspect entered the ABC Store on Holland Rd., selected  3 bottles of Patrona, and left without paying.

 

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Credit Card Fraud (2019-028106)

On 7/26/19, the victim had her vehicle broken into and credit cards were taken.  Soon after that, she received multiple charges to her credit card at Foot Locker.  Suspects appear to be two females.

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Petit Larceny (2019-031320)

On 8/17/19, the pictured suspect entered Dollar General on Lynnhaven Pkwy.,  placed approximately $100 worth of merchandise into a black trashcan, and exited without paying.  Suspect fled the scene in a green SUV driven by another black male.

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Shoplifting (2019-027087)

On 7/20/19, the pictured suspect entered the 7-Eleven at 1300 Great Neck Rd. at approximately 3:10 a.m., left $8 on the counter, retrieved a 12-pack of Modelo Beer, and then exited the store.  The clerk could not sell him the beer after hours and the suspect did not leave enough money to pay for the beer.

 

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Larceny from Vehicle (2019-060566)

On 8/11/19, two black males parked in the Sheraton parking garage on 36th Street.  On their way back to their car, they started checking door handles and found an unlocked vehicle.  They then took multiple items from the vehicle.

 

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Larceny (2019-026476)

On 7/15/19, the pictured suspect used a stolen credit card to purchase alcohol at the ABC store on Independence Blvd.

 

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Case 2019-029160

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On August 2nd, 2019 a vehicle was broken into overnight.  The car was locked, but the suspects broke the window to get in.  Not long after, the victims received alerts from their financial institution that their credit card were being used.  The image seen above, as well the attached video, show the person who made a purchase with the stolen card(s) for over $500.00.  If you can identify this person. please let us now.

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Larceny

This was a strange crime.  On August 12, 2019, these two men stole two LED light fixtures from a ballroom from one of our local oceanfront hotels.  I don’t know why.  If you think you can identify them, please contact us, let us know, and receive a cash reward if it results in an arrest.  I do not think the man in the white T is “Weird Al” Yankovic.

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Theft of Alcohol

I’m not sure if this is a secret to many out there, but ABC stores are FULL of very high quality cameras no matter what section of the store you are in, and they ALWAYS PROSECUTE.  On July 31, 2019 this man put a bottle of Crown Royal into his pants waist band, then brought another item to the counter, where he realized he forgot his wallet!  Right.  He left the store to get his wallet, never came back, and stole the Crown Royal.  Can you identify him?  If so, let us know and receive a cash reward.  Then you can buy your own bottle Crown Royal on us!  By the way, the new Crown Royal infused with vanilla is AMAZING. (not an official endorsement).

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Larceny of Jewelry from a Business

These young adults look to be very amused to take advantage and steal from our local businesses.  On August 9, 2019 they were trying on jewelry owned by a small retailer at one of our malls.  As they held the items in hand under the guise of considering a purchase, they fled and stole the jewelry.  Do you know who these young adults are?  Can you identify them?  If so, and your information leads to an arrest, receive a cash reward!

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Shoplifting w/ with a child present!

I see many crimes, but the ones that negatively impact a child’s innocence are the most offensive to me.  On July 24, 2019 this woman, while in the guardian role of the pictured child stole another customer’s purse and wallet.  The picture is fuzzy and cannot be improved, but maybe you can still recognize this woman based on other indicators.  If so, please let us know and earn a cash reward.

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Shoplifting

On August 11, 2019, this Jaws fan stole $328 dollars of food and other items from a grocery store.  If you can help us identify this man, and if your tip leads to an arrest, you can receive a cash reward.

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Shoplifting 2019-031380

UPDATE: Suspect identified and arrested on 10/4/19.  Throughout this country many horrible crimes are committed, but statistically speaking, larceny is by far the most common crime, and therefore consumes the vast amount of police investigative resources.  It also drives up everyday prices of consumable goods for everyone.  When a person steals to feed themselves or their children, it is wrong, but the motivation can be understandable.  When this woman pictured above stole EIGHT lobster tails from a local grocery store, it was just selfish and shameful.  This offense occurred on August 16, 2019.  Can you help us identify her?

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Theft and Credit Card Fraud

On August 3, 2019 this woman stole the victim’s purse during a moment of distraction.  Before the victim was able to contact financial institutions, the pictured female suspect attempted purchases with the credit cards at numerous locations in both Virginia Beach and Norfolk.  Please help us identify her and if your information leads to an arrest, you can receive a cash reward.

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Theft with Credit Card Fraud

On 8/03/2019, while patrons were working out at a local fitness center, this man rummaged through unlocked lockers and stole the victim’s credit cards.  He then bought $3,859.85 worth of goods from a well-known computer/phone retailer.  Please secure your belongings.  Please check id’s on credit cards.  PLEASE help to identify this individual and receive a cash reward if the tip leads to an arrest.

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Theft with Credit Card Fraud

Have you ever been the victim of identity theft?  It can consume dozens of hours your life to correct the damage it causes.  This man used a stolen credit card at a number of different stores racking up a high dollar amount of fraudulent charges.  Do you know him?  Please let us know if you do, and receive a cash reward if your tip results in an arrest.

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Obstruction of Justice / Drug Use

This man was observed to be using drugs in public in the Oceanfront area, where tourists come to visit with their children!  When confronted by police he fled and was successful in getting away.  He commented that he had “2 years over his head” in relation to past criminal convictions.  While our detectives our looking thru past booking photos, maybe YOU can identify him and receive a cash reward first!

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Counterfeit Currency

On 6/7/19, the pictured individual went into 7-Eleven on Great Neck Rd. and made a purchase with a counterfeit $20 bill.  He left with the purchased item as well as real US currency in change.

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Credit Card Fraud

On 7/14/19, the suspect used a “cloned card” to fraudulently purchase gift cards.

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Credit Card Theft/Credit Card Fraud

On 7/31/19, at Lynnhaven Mall, the victim’s truck was accidently left unlocked and his wallet containing credit cards was stolen. The suspects then went to the Apple Store and Macy’s located inside Lynnhaven Mall and made several fraudulent purchases using the victim’s credit cards.

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Hit & Run

On 7/24/19, the pictured female  briefly entered the Planet Fitness on Holland Road and then left.  As she was leaving, she backed her silver Mercedes Benz into another vehicle and then fled the scene.  Her rear left brake light was damaged in the incident.

Unsolved
Passing Fake Currency

On 6/14/19, Suspect entered Food Lion located on Princess Anne Rd. and attempted to purchase $350 in gift cards using fake currency.  Suspect left the store when confronted about the bills.

 

Solved
Larceny and Assault

On 8/4/19, two suspects entered Sports Alley on Atlantic Ave. and began stealing merchandise, hiding the items in the female’s large purse.  The owner confronted the two suspects in the back of the store, at which time the male suspect got angry.  An argument ensued and the male started to fight the store owners.  The female took all the belongings she had and put them back on the shelf.

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Shoplifting (2019-029165)

On 8/2/19, at the Hilltop Walmart, the pictured suspect took a backpack and placed items from the store inside it.  He then left the store and walked through the Taco Bell parking lot out of camera view.  Suspect had a name badge hanging around his neck.

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Shoplifting

On 8/1/19, at the Hilltop Walmart, two suspects were acting suspiciously and Loss Prevention ask them to leave.  One of the suspects, dressed in black and described as a male dressed as a female, grabbed 4 electric tooth brushes and left the store.  The second female left with the suspect in the same vehicle, a 2003 white Buick Regal with Virginia tag.  The vehicle tag comes back to a dealership in Newport News.   The vehicle has a history of criminal activities throughout all surrounding areas with different suspects.  The Blonde has been identified, however the second individual in the pink shirt and hat has not been identified.  Anyone with information please contact crime solvers.

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Theft of Wallet

On 7/7/19, the victim was shopping in Food Lion on Virginia Beach Blvd. and had her purse in the shopping cart.  When she went to pay, she discovered her wallet was missing.  Management viewed the video which showed the pictured suspect taking the victim’s wallet from her open purse and then quickly walking out of the store.

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Theft of Amazon Kindle Fire

On 8/2/19, the victim left his Amazon Kindle Fire in the play area of Lynnhaven Mall when he took his son to the restroom.  When the victim returned, he found the Kindle Fire missing. Video surveillance of the play area revealed that the pictured female took the Kindle Fire when she left.

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Theft from Walmart

On 7/29/19, at 2:15 p.m., the pictured suspect entered the Salem Crossing Walmart  and walked through the store loading a backpack full of merchandise.  Once he filled up the backpack, he walked past all points of sale without paying.

 

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Theft from Walmart

On 7/28/19, at approximately 2:30 p.m., the pictured suspects entered the Salem Crossing Walmart where the suspect in the hat was seen taking merchandise and placing it into plastic bags and then walking past the registers without paying.  After being confronted by Loss Prevention, he left the cart full of merchandise, got into a Nissan Sentra, and left the area. The other suspect is only wanted for questioning.

 

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Kitty Litter Dumper

On 6/18/19, the pictured suspect dumped a bag of kitty litter at the edge of the complainant’s property on Jack Frost Rd.  Suspect’s vehicle is a white Dodge Challenger with Virginia tags.

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Credit Card Fraud

On 6/20/19, the pictured suspect stole the victim’s wallet and proceeded to go to three different locations in Virginia Beach, utilizing victim’s credit card at each place.

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Theft of Wallet

On 8/8/19, at approximately 7 p.m., the pictured suspect entered the 7-Eleven located at 3597 Holland Rd. and  stole the clerk’s wallet while the clerk was distracted.

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Theft from Walmart

On 7/22/19, at the Salem Crossing Walmart, the pictured suspect placed multiple items into his backpack, proceeded pass all points of sale, and disregarded the direction of a Loss Prevention Officer to go back inside to purchase the items.

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Theft of Bicycle

On 8/5/19, the pictured suspect went onto the victim’s patio on Hiawatha Drive and stole his Schwinn mountain bike.

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Credit Card Fraud

On 7/11/19, the pictured suspect used a credit card belonging to a Virginia Beach Sheriff.

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Counterfeiting

On 8/5/19 at around 4:54 a.m., the pictured suspects entered Wawa at 5701 Northampton Blvd. and purchased a bag of chips and a wrap with counterfeit $50 bills. Each passed one bill separately and both bills had same serial number.

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Shoplifting

On 7/5/19, three black females entered the CVS on General Booth Blvd., concealed ELF makeup as well as baby formula, and left without paying.  One suspect appears to have red hair and one has blue hair.

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Theft from ABC Store

On 6/17/19, the  pictured males entered the ABC store on Independence Blvd.  The white male concealed a bottle of Cîroc in his pants.  Meanwhile, the black male attempted to purchase a bottle of alcohol but the credit card he used was declined.  The white male left the store without paying for the Cîroc.

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Weapons Violation

On 7/14/19 at approximately 2 a.m., a light-colored sedan was seen driving on Ole Towne La. with a passenger leaning out and shooting into a residence.

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Larceny

On 7/3/19, the suspect took an electronic chlorine generator from the victim’s pool on Hickory Ridge Ct.  The suspect may have also been responsible for taking a chlorine generator from another residence on Hickory Ridge Court.

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Credit Card Fraud

On 6/30/19 and 7/01/19, the pictured individual used stolen credit cards at multiple locations on both dates.   He has distinct tattoos on his left hand and arm.

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Larceny/Credit Card Fraud

On 7/17/19, Victim left his wallet in his vehicle and believes he left the vehicle unlocked.  He got a credit card alert that his credit card was used at Nancy’s Nook in Virginia Beach but the charges were declined.  The pictured individuals are shown using the credit card.

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Larceny from Vehicle/Stolen Credit Card

On 7/6/19, the 3 pictured suspects stole the victim’s credit cards from her unlocked vehicle that was parked in front of her boyfriend’s apartment.  The males used the credit card to purchased shoes from the DTLR store in Military Circle.  They used the victim’s credit cards at other store totaling $1,000.

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Credit Card Fraud

On 5/28/19, the pictured individual went into Care A Lot Pet Supply on Indian River Road and made a purchase in the amount of $133.30 with a credit card that came back as lost/stolen.  On 6/23/19, the same individual went to the Care A Lot Pet Supply on Diamond Springs Rd. with the same modus operandi.  This time the purchase amounted to $73.

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Shooting into Occupied Dwelling

The pictured male’s identity is needed in relation to a shooting into an occupied dwelling.   He is known as “TJ” and frequents Level Green.   He possibly operates an older model grey BMW.

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Fraud/Counterfeit Currency

On 7/6/19, the pictured suspect attempted to purchase a gift card with five  counterfeit $50 bills.  The cashier recognized immediately that there was an issue with the money, believing it was fake, and was in the process of notifying her manager.  The suspect reached over, grabbed four of the bills, and began to walk out of the store.  The cashier ended up giving the suspect back the fifth bill.

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Breaking & Entering

On 7/28/19, the pictured individual used a card to bypass the locked door.  He went in the home, saw the facility manager inside, and quickly walked out the door jumping off the porch.

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Destruction of Property

On 7/21/19, the pictured suspect entered Best Buy at Landstown Commons and staged items around the store to steal.  He then kicked a display case and broke it but did not obtain anything.  He fled the store without any merchandise.

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Fraud/Larceny from Vehicle

On 6/07/19, the pictured individual obtained several credit/debit cards from the victim’s vehicle.  She then used the cards at several locations in the Hilltop area.

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Theft from Farm Fresh

On 7/7/19, the pictured suspect entered Farm Fresh on Diamond Springs Rd., took several cases of Heineken beer, and then left the business without paying for the items.

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Counterfeit Currency

On 6/22/19, the pictured individual went into the Food Lion on Holland Rd. at approximately 9:08 p.m. and purchased a Net Spend gift card using 6 counterfeit $50 bills.  He arrived and left in a black Nissan Altima.

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Larceny from Vehicles

During the night on 6/25/19, multiple suspects were involved in multiple larcenies from vehicles on the Holland Road corridor.  They took various types of items from the vehicles.  The pictured individual is one of the suspects involved in these incidents.  The suspects were in two vehicles, one of which was a white SUV.

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Larceny

On 7/18/19, at the Lynnhaven Walmart, the pictured suspect took a woman’s purse out of a shopping cart and left the scene driving a black pickup truck.

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Firearms Violation

On 7/27/19, the pictured individuals were outside the 7-Eleven, 1010 Pacific Ave., when a shooting took place.  It is believed the individuals witnessed the shooters and possibly returned fire.  They then ran into the 7-Eleven and quickly left as officers were arriving.  A canvass was conducted and they were unable to be located.  The male in the purple sweatshirt continued to index his waistband indicating that he may have been concealing a weapon.

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Theft of Dinosaur

On 7/12/19 at approximately 11 p.m., the pictured suspects parked directly in front of a residence on Fern Ridge Rd. in a distinctive vehicle, got out, and took an electronic dinosaur sitting near the front door of the residence.

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Tampering/Larceny

On 7/17/19, the suspect, an unknown black male roughly in his 40’s to early 50’s, entered an unlocked vehicle taking multiple credit, debit, and gift cards.  On 7/18/19, he took the same items from another unlocked vehicle of the same household.

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Credit Card Theft/Fraud

The victim parked her vehicle at Red Wing Park on 7/14/19 between the hours of 4 and 5 p.m.  At approximately 5:55 p.m., she received a text message from her bank about suspicious activity.  The victim’s credit cards had been used to make a purchase at the Lynnhaven Mall Apple store for $4,185.94 and then an attempt at the MacArthur Mall Apple store for $3,814.94.

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Fraud

On 7/23/19, at approximately 11:30 a.m., the pictured suspect entered the Atlantic Union Bank on Indian River Rd. and handed the bank teller a handful of cash.  He had a heavy Middle Eastern accent.  He asked the teller to exchange the cash into $50’s.  The teller did so and handed it to the suspect.  The suspect then handed it back and asked to exchange it for Euros.  The teller told him they could not do that there.  Suspect asked for the original cash back.  After receiving the original cash, he walked out.  The teller recounted the $50’s and noticed she was short $1,500.

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Credit Card Theft/Credit Card Fraud

On 7/9/19, the victim was at her son’s baseball practice on Sandbridge Rd.  When she returned to her vehicle, she found that someone had gone inside her purse and stolen several of her credit cards.  The suspects then immediately went to the Apple Store at Lynnhaven Mall and purchased over $4,000 worth of iPhones and Apple Watches.

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Larceny

On 7/9/19, the victim met a suspect and invited him into his home. While the victim was in the shower, the suspect took a Vape Pen from inside and also took the victim’s car keys. Suspect then went into the victim’s car and stole his money clip with credit cards in it. Numerous credit cards were charged at various locations.

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Destruction of Property/Attempted B&E

On 7/10/19, at approximately 12:15 a.m., the pictured Suspect approached the rear of Goodwill  on S. Lynnhaven Rd. at the after-hours donation drop-off.  After digging through the donations, he picked up an aluminum bat and began destroying items that had been donated.   Suspect attempted to open the rear door, however it was locked. Suspect used the bat to destroy the security window in that door.

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Larceny

On 7/4/19, at approximately 11:45 p.m.,  the pictured male took a phone and wallet belonging to an employee.

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Theft from CVS

On 6/22/19, at approximately 10:54 a.m., the pictured white female and black female entered the CVS at 1701 Independence Blvd. and stole approximately $295.62 worth of merchandise.  Both suspects left through the emergency exit in the back of the store, got into a red older-model SUV, and left the scene.

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Theft from Pet Store

On 6/3/19, three black males walked to the Care-A-Lot Pet Supply on Diamond Springs Rd. with a grey Pitbull and were seen in the store together.  Two of the men appeared to distract the clerk, and the third  left the store, stealing Dyne supplement and a Macho Dog collar.

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Larceny from Coin-Op Machine

On 6/16/2019, a black male entered Abbey Road Restaurant on 22nd Street and sat down at the gaming system in the back corner where he used a $100 bill to “fish” the machine, inserting the bill, then pulling it out, re-inserting and so on.  A black female sat near him and appeared to be the lookout.  There were 2 other females that walked in with the “lookout” also.

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Assault/Hit & Run

The pictured male, driving a late-model blue Chevrolet Cavalier with rims, fled from a traffic stop,  drove the car into a brick facade, ran into an occupied patrol vehicle, and hit more private property before getting away.  The suspect is pictured below at a gas station making a purchase prior to the incident. 

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Larceny

On 7/12/19,  the victim left his phone on a shelf while shopping at the 7-Eleven at 2402 Pacific Ave.   The pictured suspect was seen on video taking the victim’s phone and leaving the store on foot.

 

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Destruction of Property

On 6/4/19, at approximately 11:55 p.m., the pictured male, who had been banned from a store on S. Lynnhaven Pkwy., came in and asked to be served.   He was told to leave.  On the way out, the suspect kicked the door, breaking the glass.

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Forgery & Uttering/Obtaining by False Pretenses

On 3/13/19, the pictured individual forged and cashed a check.

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Grand Larceny

On 7/08/19, the pictured suspect entered the Trek Bicycle store on Laskin Rd. and exited with a bicycle valued at about $800 without purchasing it.  The photo of the bike is a stock photo of the model stolen.

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Larceny/Credit Card Fraud

On 5/9/19, the two pictured females were inside TJ Maxx on Virginia Beach Blvd. when one distracted a customer while the other reached into the customer’s purse in the cart and stole her wallet.  The suspects then used the victim’s credit cards at Walgreens.

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Larceny/Credit Card Fraud

On 7/7/19, an unknown suspect took the victim’s wallet from her purse while she was shopping at Trader Joe’s.  Less than 4 minutes later, victim’s credit card was used at  Target by the pictured individual to purchase numerous gift cards.

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Larceny at TGIF

On 6/14/19, at approximately 11:30 p.m., a family consisting of 2 white males and 2 white females, with 5 children, entered TGI Friday’s on Lynnhaven Pkwy.  They specifically requested to sit by the front door and then  purchased various food and drink items totaling $219.49.  They left at approximately 1:00 a.m. without paying their bill.

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Larceny

On 6/21/19, the two pictured males used several stolen credit cards at various stores in Hampton  Roads.  They were seen leaving the area of Courthouse Marketplace on foot.

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Robbery

On 7/10/19 at approximately 11:48 p.m., the  pictured males went to the BP gas station on Shore Drive. The first suspect was armed with a gun and forced a customer to the ground.  He then demanded the clerk  open the register.

 

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Larceny

On 5/13/19, at 3 p.m., the pictured suspect stole $20 and an iPhone charger from the victim’s laundry basket while she was putting her clothes in the dryer.  The male frequents the 900-1000 block of Virginia Beach Blvd.

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Theft of Bicycle

Sometime between 5:30 p.m. on 6/22/19 and 8 p.m. on 6/23/19 an unknown suspect entered the victim’s back yard and stole his bike.   The bike is described as a black beach cruiser with chopper-style handlebars, a drink cup, and red lights in the spokes.

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Fraud/Vehicle Larceny

On 5/24/19, these individuals obtained several credit/debit cards from the victim’s vehicle.  They then proceeded to conduct a late-night shopping spree in the Hilltop and Lynnhaven Mall areas.  They were driving a white 4-door Dodge Magnum.

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Theft from ABC Store

On 6/20/19, the pictured suspect entered the ABC store on Holland Rd., took 3 bottles of Silver Patron ($158.97 value), and left without paying.

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Larceny from Auto

On 6/23/19,  three suspects were seen on Ring security video to enter the victim’s car and rummage around in it.  The owners manual for the vehicle was the only thing taken, and it was recovered lying in the road a short way from the victim’s home.  The pictured suspect appears to be wearing a hoodie that says “Trigga Gang” with a hashtag that is illegible.

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Theft from Lowes

On 6/11/19, the pictured individual was seen on the store security system taking a Roomba robotic vacuum and leaving without paying.  The vacuum was valued at $350. It’s  believed that this man has been involved in other thefts.

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Credit Card Theft/Fraud

Victim believes his debit card fell out of his pocket but doesn’t know where.  On 5/29/19, the pictured suspect made a purchase with it at Best Buy on Independence Blvd.

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Fraud

On 6/12/19, the  pictured male entered a business on Newtown Rd. and played a gaming machine called “The Queen of Virginia Skill.”  The individual played for a while, then left,  later returning with two winning tickets. The tickets show a barcode and the dollar amount of the winnings.  The business owner paid the individual $430.30 for one ticket and $500 for the second one.  When the business contacted the owner of the machines to be reimbursed, the owner of the machines immediately noticed that both tickets were either fake or had been tampered with.  The bar code showed  $1 for each ticket.

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Fraud-Counterfeit Currency

On 6/10/19, at Walgreens on Nimmo Pkwy., the pictured suspects passed counterfeit $20 bills.  Both suspects purchased small items to receive genuine currency as change. There was a third suspect described as a white male, 25-30 years old, goatee, wearing a black/white/gray sweater.

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Armed Robbery/Abduction

On July 8th, 2019, these men went into a local pharmacy armed with guns, and forced the employees and a customer into the back office.  They then took all available money.  Please look closely at any clothing identifiers and let us know if you recognize anyone.  Crimes of this magnitude carry large cash rewards for info resulting in an arrest!

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GRAND THEFT AUTO

On June 14, 2019 an Acura MDX was stolen and went missing for 6 days!  When found in another city, a receipt was left behind that belonged to the man in the picture above.  He is our potential suspect.  Do you know who he is?

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ABC Store Theft

On June 22, 2019 this person stole alcohol from a local ABC store.  I think the glasses are part of his bad disguise.  Do you know who this person is?

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Vape Theft

On June 29, 2019 this person stole the bartenders Vape Pen as he left the bar.  The pen was valued at $170 dollars.  Thank you for looking straight into the camera!  Do you know him?

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Alcohol Thief

This person tried to steal from a local oceanfront business on July 2, 2019, but dropped the merchandise causing it to break as he fled.  We know he is stealing elsewhere.  Do you know who he is?

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Theft from Car/Credit Card Fraud

These four individuals were found to have used a persons stolen credit cards at a local business.  They are responsible for additional crimes as well.  The cards they used were taken from a vehicle while the residents slept. They left in the white car at the top of the picture.  Help us to learn the identities of these thieves who are breaking into your cars as you sleep.  Do you know them?

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Larceny

This thief struck twice, once on 6-12-2019 and again on 6-15-2019, both at the same location.  On his first attempt he stole a pair of glasses, only to throw them away in the parking lot after discovering they were just reading glasses.  Then upon his return, he stole a camera.  Do you now who he is?

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Shoplifting

On 6-17-2019 this female stole from a local business.  Do you know who she is?

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Passing Counterfeit Currency

                                                                                                                                                                                                             This suspect was discovered to have used counterfeit currency to make a purchase at a local business in Lynnhaven Mall.  She used fake $100.00 dollar bills.  Do you know who she is?

 

 

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Grand Larceny

On 6/14/19, the pictured black females entered the Apple Store at Lynnhaven Mall,   selected two Apple 4 watches, and left without paying.

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Theft from Walmart

On 5/20/19, the pictured male entered the Salem Crossing Walmart and placed two air fryers and two car batteries in a shopping cart.  He exited through the garden center without paying for the items.  He left the parking lot in a white Volkswagen Passat with VA temporary tags.

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Fraud

On 6/17/19, the male pictured on the left purchased three laptops at the Lynnhaven Walmart. During the check-out process, the suspect used tactics to confuse the cashier and ultimately was able to short the business $1,299.81 on the purchase.  On 6/22/19, the male pictured on the right purchased three laptops as well and used the same tactics as the suspect on 6/17/19. The business ended up losing $1,399.91 on this purchase.

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Theft from Walmart

On 5/25/19, the pictured male entered the Salem Crossing  Walmart and proceeded to shop around the store.  He went to the electronics department and removed a virtual reality kit valued at $399 from the display. He paid for the other items he had, but did not pay for the virtual reality kit.

 

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Auto Theft/Larceny from Vehicle

On 6/15/19, several males went through vehicles in the Sherwood Lakes neighborhood and stole items out of  a vehicle and also stole a 2015 white Honda Civic that was located in Norfolk a few days later.  The EZ pass transactions show that the vehicle traveled across the Elizabeth River on 06/15/19 westbound at 7:15 pm and eastbound at 8:12 pm.

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Theft of Moped

Victim parked his black Renegade X moped behind Applebee’s on Virginia Beach Blvd. at approximately 7 p.m. on 05/23/19.  At 1:10 a.m. on 05/24/19, victim discovered that his moped was missing.

 

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Theft from ABC Store

On 6/19/19 at 6:55 p.m., at the ABC Store on Holland Rd., the pictured suspect grabbed three 750ml bottles of Silver Patron Tequila (priced at $52.99 each) and walked out the front door without paying. The Assistant Manager chased him to the side of the building where he observed the suspect passing the bottles to an unknown male sitting in the driver seat of a white SUV.  The suspect and SUV driver then fled the scene in different directions.

 

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Theft from Boat

On 6/15/19, the pictured suspect entered the boat docks on Winston Salem Ave.  at approximately 11:20  p.m. and exited at 11:38 p.m.  While there, he spent a little bit of time fishing from the docks and then let himself onto someone’s boat where he stole a fishing pole valued at $250.

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!!!Crime of the Month!!! 19-020838

Take a close look at these pictures, because a tip resulting in the arrest of these people will earn a substantial cash reward!  These dangerous individuals, a man and a woman, tied up a grocery store clerk with zip-ties and put him in a backroom.  They robbed this person of his personal belongings, and then fled the scene in the pictured vehicle, believed to be a Nissan of some type.  In the picture it appears silver, but it may also actually be gold in color.  This occurred on June 19, 2019 at around 11:00 am in the 1200 block of Baker Road.  Do you know this man or woman?

 

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Credit Card Fraud Offense 19-020564

On June 12, 2019, at a local business in the 400 block of Virginia Beach Blvd, this man used a recently stolen credit card to make a purchase of more than $900.00 dollars!  Take a look at this picture and let us know if you know who he is.

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Multiple Auto Larceny Offense 19-020544

This below pictured man has been tampering with, and stealing from vehicles on numerous occasions since early May, to June.  Offenses include the area of Thornhill Place in the 4th Precinct.  Be sure to lock your vehicle!!  Do you know who this man is?

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Stolen Trailer Offense 19-019138

On May 25, 2019, early in the morning hours, and in the area of Lambdin Avenue, a pickup truck stole the below pictured trailer from a private residence.  Have you seen this trailer?

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Car Larceny Case 19-018582
  • On May 23, 2019 the below pictured male illegally entered other people cars and stole numerous items in the Oceanfront area, valued at up to $500.00 dollars!  This is the best picture available.  Please lock your vehicle doors.  Do you know this man?
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Shoplifting Offense 19-021260

On June 3, 2019 the below pictured males stole items from a pet store in the 1900 block of Diamond Springs Road.  They were seen leaving in the below pictured vehicle.  Do you know these men?

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Shoplifting Offense 19-020180

On June 2, 2019, in the 300 block of Rosemont Road, the below pictured female stole a large amount product from a local business.  Do you know who she is?

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Shoplifting Offense 19-022320

Here is a great picture of a woman who stole form a local business in the Oceanfront area on June 17, 2019.  Do you know her?

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Burglary of a Business

The below pictured male broke into a business in the 500 block of Birdneck Road on June 6, 2019.  Cigars, cigarettes, and Vape batteries were stolen.  Do you know him? 

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Theft from ABC Store

On 5/20/19, the pictured female entered the ABC store on Holland Rd., concealed a bottle of Amsterdam Peach Vodka, and left without paying.

 

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Burglary of Business

On 5/25/19, the pictured suspect broke into a doctor’s office in the Pembroke 1 building and stole approximately $502.  A second office was also broken into during the same time period.

Solved
Larceny from Motor Vehicle

On 5/27/19, at 2 a.m., the pictured suspect broke into a vehicle on Baker Rd. to steal $3,800 worth of equipment (tools and an expensive meter used by COX Communications).  Suspect has a tattoo on his left upper arm and drove a Hyundai Tucson newer model without a tag.

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Grand Larceny

On 5/14/19,  two black males entered BJ’s Wholesale and placed multiple computers and speakers worth approximately $3,000 into a cart before rolling out the front door. They quickly loaded the rear of their truck with items as a citizen recorded them with a cell phone.   Please help identify the suspects or the 1990’s model Chevy S-10 bearing fictitious license plate.

 

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Theft of Mopeds

On 5/24/19, the pictured individual was seen tampering with several  mopeds at Cloverleaf Apartments.  When officers arrived, the suspect was gone, and it was confirmed that the mopeds were stolen.

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Grand Larceny

On 6/2/19 at around 7:51 p.m., a bald black male wearing a white shirt and driving a pickup truck stole items from a locked trailer on Diamond Springs Rd.   The items stolen include lawn equipment such as weed eaters, backpack blowers, an edger, a trimmer, and a yellow 6- foot Werner fiberglass ladder.

 

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Theft from Walmart

On 5/26/19, the pictured suspects entered the Walmart at Hilltop, concealed several candy packages inside a backpack, and exited without paying.   The loss prevention employee recovered the backpack containing the merchandise when the suspects pulled away and ran.   They fled in a dark blue Nissan sedan.

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Shoplifting

On 05/11/19, the pictured females entered the Macy’s store at Lynnhaven Mall and shoplifted multiple clothing items. They were seen leaving the area in a red Toyota Camry.

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Larceny

On 3/30/19 at approximately 11:30 a.m., the pictured male stole a lawn mower along with countless building materials from a construction company owner. Several days later, the individual returned and stole construction materials from the construction site.

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Credit Card Theft/Fraud

On 3/23/19, the pictured suspect went to the Town Center Walmart and purchased two $200 gift cards with a stolen credit card.

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Hit & Run

On 5/24/19, at approximately 6:41 p.m., a black male was operating the pictured vehicle in the Atlantic Fun Park parking lot when he backed into an unoccupied vehicle causing damage to occur. The driver immediately fled the scene after the crash and did not report the incident. The vehicle is an early 2000’s Honda Civic that may have minor driver-side, rear-end damage.


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Commercial Burglary

On 5/23/19, the pictured male broke the glass door and made entry into the China Harbor restaurant, Cypress and Virginia Beach Blvd., at approximately 12:35 a.m. He then went behind the counter and removed $100 from the cash register.

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Grand Larceny

On 4/16/19 at 3:14 p.m., the pictured suspects (who appear to be white males) stole metal stocking carts from the back lot of the Dollar General at 5013 Virginia Beach Blvd. and left the scene in an older model pickup.

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Theft from ABC Store

On 05/21/19, the pictured suspect entered the ABC Store on General Booth Blvd. at approximately 4 p.m., concealed a bottle of Burnett`s Vodka Pink Lemonade on his person, and exited without paying for the liquor. Suspect got into a Black Nissan Altima.

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Burglary

On 5/7/19, the victim’s home on Gates Landing Rd. was burglarized. Items stolen included jewelry and $20,000 in cash. The pictured individuals were captured on a neighbor’s doorbell camera during the time of the burglary.

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Larceny

The pictured individual has been breaking into car doors on Orillia Rd. between the hours of 7:30 p.m. and 7 a.m.

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Shoplifting

On May 15th, 2019, this pictured female entered a local business and stole merchandise without paying for it.

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Grand Larceny

The victim’s 2009 Kawasaki Vulcan (Texas tags 693T3V, VIN: JKAVN2C199A025746)was stolen from a visitor’s parking space on Mooregate Ct. between 11 p.m. on 5/15/19 and 5:50 a.m. on 5/16/19.


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Credit Card Theft/Fraud

On 5/7/19, the pictured suspects used stolen credit cards at the 7-Eleven on Oceana Blvd. and First Colonial Rd.



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Larceny/Credit Card Fraud

On 4/30/19, the victim left her purse in her friend’s car overnight and it was parked on Chatterton Court.  The victim’s wallet was stolen and the pictured black male used victim’s credit card at a 7-Eleven in Norfolk.

 

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Simple Assault/Shoplifting

On 4/22/19, the pictured suspect concealed merchandise inside a shopping bag at the Vans store located at 701 Lynnhaven Parkway. When confronted by a sales associate, the suspect became aggressive with her and began to leave the store. He then returned to the store, concealed more items in his bag, and fled the store on foot. While exiting, he pushed the sales associate out of the way.


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Theft from Wegmans

On 5/19/19, at approximately 12:31 p.m., the pictured suspects entered Wegmans located at 4721 Virginia Beach Blvd. where they walked around the store filling a shopping cart with a large quantity of items. They then exited the store without paying.

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Fraud

On 4/24/19, the pictured suspect used a cloned credit card at Food Lion, 4221 Pleasant Valley Rd.

Unsolved
Theft from Michael’s

On 5/6/19, at approximately 4 p.m., two females entered the Michael’s on Nimmo Pkwy. While one engaged the manager with questions, the other loaded 2 Cricut brand scrapbooking machines into a cart. Both females then exited the store without paying for the machines.

 

Unsolved
Theft from Lidl

On 5/9/19, at approximately 3 p.m., the pictured suspects entered Lidl on Providence Rd. They walked around the store and filled a shopping cart with an abundance of items. Employees were able to stop the suspects and retrieve the cart, after which suspects left the store.



Unsolved
Theft of Jeans

On 4/14/19, the pictured individual entered the Salem Crossing Walmart, filled a stolen suitcase with Levi Jeans, and left the store without paying.

Unsolved
ABC Store Larceny

 

On May 18, 2019, this male went to the ABC store at 2085 Lynnhaven Parkway.  He hid two bottles of Patron liquor in his pants, then left the store without paying.

Unsolved
Larceny

Virginia Beach Police needs help in identifying this suspect:

On 5/5/19, the pictured suspect was allowed into Body Fitness on Pleasure House Rd. by a member who assumed the suspect was a member as well. The suspect acted very erratically during his time in the gym as if he was intoxicated.  He stole supplements, energy drinks, the flag and blue tablecloth.  The suspect has a large, red peace sign tattoo on the back of his left arm.

Unsolved
Larceny from Motor Vehicle

Virginia Beach Police needs help in identifying this suspect:

On 5/10/19, the victim went to Wawa, 5701 Northampton Blvd., and left her purse in her vehicle. The suspect went to her vehicle while she was inside and took her purse. The victim’s credit card was utilized a few minutes later at the Walgreens located at 5501 Wesleyan Drive.


Unsolved
Attempted Burglary

Virginia Beach Police needs help in identifying this suspect:

On 5/10/19, the pictured suspect attempted to open every door to the Gold Key Laundry Center on Birdneck Rd.

Unsolved
Theft from ABC Store

Virginia Beach Police needs help in identifying this suspect:

On 5/14/19, the pictured suspect shoplifted a bottle of gin from the ABC Store at 869 Lynnhaven Pkwy. His t-shirt has “Lions Football” written on it.

Solved
Larceny from Vehicles

Virginia Beach Police needs help in identifying these suspects:

At approximately 3:20 a.m. on 4/18/19, the suspects were seen on video entering unlocked vehicles in the Pelican Watch Apartments complex. Wallets, credit cards, cash, and other various items were stolen from the vehicles.

Unsolved
Theft of iPhone

Virginia Beach Police needs help in identifying this suspect:

On 3/26/19, the pictured individual entered Oriental Massage and stole an employee’s iPhone.

Unsolved
Grand Larceny/Conspiracy

Virginia Beach Police needs assistance in identifying this suspect:

The pictured suspect is one of 3 females responsible for several larcenies from area Sephora stores.

Solved
Grand Larceny

Virginia Beach Police needs assistance in identifying this suspect:

On 4/14/19, at approximately 6:30 p.m., the suspect entered the Smoke Shop on North Great Neck Rd., distracted the clerk, took the cash register, ran out of the door, got into his vehicle, and exited the parking lot. Suspect’s vehicle was a dark grey Toyota 4-Runner with a trash bag in the driver-side rear door window and several stickers on the windows.

 

Unsolved
Larceny/Fraud

Virginia Beach Police needs assistance in identifying these suspects:

On 4/12/19, the victim parked her vehicle in front of the Sportsplex on Landstown Centre Way and ran into the complex to pick up her child from practice. She was gone about 10 minutes and during that time someone entered her vehicle, removed the SIM card from her cell phone, and took six credit cards. Transactions were made at two separate Walmarts in Chesapeake. The pictured female distracted the clerk in the self-checkout area while the two pictured men used the stolen credit cards.

Unsolved
Firearm Violation

Virginia Beach Police needs assistance in identifying these suspects:

On 4/28/19 at approximately 12:25 a.m., officers responded to a firearm violation case in front of the Sandbridge Market. Callers heard about 10 shots followed by several vehicles fleeing west on Sandbridge Road.

Unsolved
Theft from Walmart

Virginia Beach Police needs assistance in identifying these suspects:

On 4/19/19, the 2 suspects entered the Salem Crossing Walmart and proceeded to the bedding and home goods section where they placed items valued at $1,221.71 into shopping carts and left without paying. The two came back to the Walmart on 4/20 and stole more items in the same fashion.

Unsolved
Theft from Walmart

Virginia Beach Police needs assistance in identifying these suspects:

On 4/21/19, the 2 suspects entered the Salem Crossing Walmart and proceeded to the home goods section. They both loaded a sewing machine and a KitchenAid mixer into a shopping cart and then exited the store without paying. The total value of the items taken was $1,227.48.

Unsolved
Larceny from Business

Virginia Beach Police needs assistance in identifying these suspects:

On 4/18/19, the pictured suspects took a quarter-keg full of beer from the back of the delivery truck at 7-Eleven, 814 Baker Rd. The black male was last seen running towards Trafalgar Court with the keg.

Unsolved
Theft of Excavator

Virginia Beach Police needs assistance in identifying these suspects:

On 4/25/19, two suspects entered the work area on 16th St. with a yellow trailer and green Ford F250 with white tailgate. They loaded an excavator on the trailer and drove off.

Unsolved
Theft from ABC Store

Virginia Beach Police needs assistance in identifying this suspect:

On 3/16/19, the pictured individual entered the ABC Store at 2085 Lynnhaven Pkwy. and selected two bottles of Jack Daniels. He concealed one bottle in his pants and attempted to purchase the other. His credit card was declined at the register so he left one bottle on the counter and exited the store with the concealed bottle.

Unsolved
Grand Larceny

Virginia Beach Police needs assistance in identifying this suspect:

On 4/14/19, the pictured female attempted to steal 2 desktop computers valued at $1,798 from the Town Center Walmart. The suspect returned to the Walmart on 4/26/19 and attempted to steal a desktop computer.

Unsolved
Breaking & Entering

Virginia Beach Police needs assistance in identifying this suspect:

On 5/5/19, the victim found the suspect searching through his storage unit on Brighton Beach Place. The suspect claimed he was sent to clean the storage unit. The suspect then ran and the victim discovered that his property in the unit had been stolen.

Unsolved
Fraud

Virginia Beach Police needs assistance in identifying this suspect:

On 4/21/19, the pictured suspect used a cloned credit card to purchase a gift card at BJ’s on Virginia Beach Blvd.

Unsolved
Burglary

Virginia Beach Police needs assistance in identifying these suspects:

On 4/23/19, what appeared to be 2 black males exited the pictured vehicle and went to the back of the victim’s home on Glen Willow Dr. Once in the back, they broke the glass door and made entry into the home. The vehicle looks like an early 2000 or late model 1900’s Mercury Marquis.

Unsolved
Theft of Wallet

Virginia Beach Police needs assistance in identifying this suspect:

On 4/16/19, the suspect stole a female’s wallet from one of the offices in the business complex at 4455 South Blvd. He returned to the business a second time on 4/19/19 but was scared off by employees. He was seen driving a black Pontiac Trans-Am.


Unsolved
Theft of Bikes

Virginia Beach Police needs assistance in identifying these suspects:

On 4/14/19, the two pictured suspects approached the front of Dunkin’ Donuts, 5636 Princess Anne Rd., and took 2 bikes that were sitting out front. A citizen chased the suspects and retrieved one bike. The suspects fled the scene, one on foot and one on the stolen bike.

Unsolved
Theft from Kohl’s

Virginia Beach Police needs assistance in identifying these suspects:

On 3/23/19, the twp pictured suspects stole $674 worth of merchandise from Kohl’s on Virginia Beach Blvd.


Solved
Theft of Candy 2019-015464

UPDATE:  Person Identified as Kelly Marie Matthews, She has 3 warrants for her arrest.  Do you know Kelly? Submit a tip anonymously. Virginia Beach Police needs assistance in identifying this suspect:

On 5/1/19, at 7-Eleven, 1010 Atlantic Ave., the pictured suspect placed a Hershey bar and pack of Sour Patch Kids in her bag and left without paying.

Unsolved
Burglary and Theft of Guns

Virginia Beach Police need assistance in identifying this suspect:

On April 16, 2019, a home in the Salem Woods neighborhood was broken into.  The suspect kicked in the back door and stole several guns from the home.

Unsolved
Theft from ABC Store

Virginia Beach Police needs help in identifying this suspect:

On March 28, 2019, this male stole 2 bottles of Patron Tequila from the ABC store on Holland Road. He also stole 2 bottles of Dusse liquor from the ABC store at Salem Crossing on March 24, and on March 26, stole a bottle of Patron Tequila from the ABC store at Hilltop.



Unsolved
Attempted Theft from Walmart

Virginia Beach Police needs help in identifying this suspect:

On 4/8/19, the pictured suspect attempted to steal a TV from Walmart at Salem Crossing.

Unsolved
Theft of Fleece Jacket

Virginia Beach Police needs help in locating this fleece jacket:

On 3/17/19, a drop bag was stolen off of the table for the w-z drop bags at the Shamrock Marathon finish line area at 29th and Boardwalk. The drop bag contained a black zip-up fleece with the Tunnel Hill 100 race name on the front left and a Shamrock Marathon 2019 race shirt. The drop bag was labeled in black sharpie with the victim`s last name and bib number, and the top of the bag had the bib label for the bag tied to it.

Solved
Larceny from Vehicle

Virginia Beach Police needs help in identifying this suspect:

On 03/29/19 at approximately 12:49 p.m., the pictured male stole money from an unlocked motor vehicle in the 4800 block of Virginia Beach Blvd.

Unsolved
Assault

Virginia Beach Police needs help in identifying this suspect:

On 3/16/19, at Wawa, 5701 Northampton Blvd., the suspect became argumentative with a Wawa manager after the manager asked him to move to a different checkout line. Suspect chest-bumped the manager and knocked the manager’s hat off his head.

Unsolved
Stolen Motorcycle

Virginia Beach Police needs help in locating this stolen motorcycle:

Between 3/23/19 and 3/26/19, the pictured motorcycle was stolen from the fenced and secured vehicle yard on Bayside Rd. The motorcycle has crash damage due to being dropped in a crash, but it does run.

Unsolved
Motor Vehicle Theft

Virginia Beach Police needs help in identifying this suspect:

On 12/23/18 at around 2:58 p.m., the pictured suspect was involved in stealing a 2005 Chrysler Pacifica from Ocean Beach Club Resort on Atlantic Ave.

Unsolved
Theft from Vehicles

Virginia Beach Police needs help in identifying this suspect:

On 4/10/19, in the 1300 block of Cologne Ct., the suspect made entry into an unlocked vehicle. A video shows that he attempted to get into 6 vehicles around the cul-de-sac.  He made several attempts to hide his face during his crime spree.

Unsolved
Theft from Walmart

Virginia Beach Police needs help in identifying this suspect:

On 4/6/19, the pictured suspect entered the Salem Crossing Walmart, put multiple beer items into his cart, and left without paying.

Unsolved
Home Invasion Robbery

Virginia Beach Police needs help in identifying these two suspects:

On January 9, 2019, two suspects forced entry into the victim’s home on Greendale Road in Virginia Beach.  The victim was robbed of money and rooms in his home were ransacked.

Unsolved
Grand Larceny/Conspiracy

Virginia Beach Police needs help in identifying these suspects:

On 4/2/19, the 3 pictured suspects entered the Sephora store at Lynnhaven Mall, concealed in excess of $1,000 worth of products, and exited the store without paying.


Unsolved
Stolen Trailer

Virginia Beach Police needs help in identifying this suspect:

On 3/11/19, the driver of the pictured truck took a trailer from behind the Sacred Daggers tattoo shop located at 3972 Holland Road. The driver hooked the trailer to the truck and drove out from behind the shopping center. The driver is possibly a white male. The value of the trailer is $2,500.

Unsolved
Destruction of Private Property

Virginia Beach Police needs help in identifying this suspect:

On 3/24/19, at Food Lion, 1077 Virginia Beach Blvd., the pictured suspect purposely pushed a shopping cart into the victim’s vehicle.

Unsolved
Credit Card Fraud

Virginia Beach Police needs help in identifying this suspect:

On 3/7/19, the victim had her vehicle broken into on Healthy Way. Among items stolen were credit cards. Soon after that, the pictured suspect used a stolen credit card to purchase a large quantity of Newport cigarettes at the Mount Trashmore 7-Eleven. The vehicle appears to be a red Chrysler 200.

Solved
Theft from Harris Teeter

Virginia Beach Police needs help in identifying these suspects:

On 3/21/19, the pictured suspects pushed a shopping cart containing several items, including baby formula and alcohol, out of the Harris Teeter on Arctic Ave. without paying. Suspects were confronted by the manager and fled in a black Ford Fusion w/ Connecticut tags. The manager recovered over $200 worth of merchandise, but the suspects were able to load some in their vehicle prior to leaving.

Unsolved
Theft from ABC Store

Virginia Beach Police needs help in identifying this suspect:

On 3/30/19, the pictured male entered the ABC store, 2085 Lynnhaven Pkwy., removed a bottle of Hennessy and a bottle of Hennessy Priviledge, concealed the 2 bottles in the front of his pants, and exited the store without paying.

Unsolved
Fraud

Virginia Beach Police needs help in identifying this suspect:

On March 16, 2019, this suspect made purchases at Food Lion at 748 Independence Blvd using a cloned credit card.

Unsolved
Stolen Vehicle

Virginia Beach Police needs help in identifying this suspect:

The pictured white male is a person of interest in the theft of a dump truck on 3/26/19 from Oak Lake Drive. It is believed that the suspect was driving the pictured white pickup.


Unsolved
Destruction of Property

Virginia Beach Police needs help in identifying this suspect:

On 3/23/19, at 7-Eleven, 2093 Lynnhaven Pkwy., the pictured suspect became angry when his debit card failed to work after numerous attempts. He punched the front glass door on the way out causing $500 in damage and left in a white vehicle (pictured below).

Unsolved
Car Break-ins/Credit Card Fraud

Virginia Beach Police needs help in identifying this suspect:

On 3/30/19, numerous vehicles were broken into on Lila Lane and various credit cards were used at 3 different locations. At all locations this same suspect has his hat pulled down low.

Unsolved
Robbery

Virginia Beach Police needs help in identifying these suspects:

On 3/29/19, the pictured suspects entered Walgreens on Wesleyan Drive and went directly to the pharmacy where they jumped the counter and obtained medications. They then fled from the store on foot.

Unsolved
Shoplifting at Walmart

Virginia Beach Police needs help in identifying this suspect:

On 3/27/19, the pictured suspect entered the Salem Crossing Walmart and proceeded to the personal care section where he was observed on surveillance video concealing 3 men’s deodorants and 2 electric toothbrushes in his coat. He then exited the store without paying.

Unsolved
Theft from Grand Mart

Virginia Beach Police needs help in identifying these suspects:

On 3/15/19, at 2:20 p.m., the pictured suspects entered Grand Mart, 649 Newtown Rd., selected several packages of crab meat, and left the business without paying for them. They were seen getting into a silver Ford Explorer. They also had a young male child with them who was seated in the shopping cart.

Unsolved
Malicious Wounding

Virginia Beach Police needs help in identifying this suspect:

On 03/31/19, on Gourmet Way, the pictured individual shot the victim and then fled in the pictured truck, possibly a Ford, with no front tag.


Unsolved
Theft from ABC Store

Virginia Beach Police needs help in identifying this suspect:

On 3/26/19, the pictured suspect stole liquor from the Hilltop ABC Store on Laskin Rd.

Solved
Larceny at Sprint

Virginia Beach Police needs help in identifying this suspect:

On 03/16/19 at approximately 12 p.m., the pictured suspect walked into the Sprint store, 2704 N. Mall Drive, with a model phone stolen from another location and asked the manager to see a brand new Samsung Galaxy S10 phone. The suspect distracted the manager, switched the model phone with the brand new phone, and then left the store leaving the model phone behind.

 

Unsolved
Uttering Counterfeit Currency

Virginia Beach Police needs help in identifying this suspect:

On 3/10/19, at the Salem Crossing Walmart, the pictured suspect attempted to pass six counterfeit $50 bills. The individual is also suspected of passing counterfeit $50 bills on three prior days at the same location, and attempting to pass counterfeit currency at a different location.

Unsolved
Uttering and Obtaining by False Pretenses

Virginia Beach Police needs help in identifying this suspect:

On 11/21/18 at Wells Fargo, 675 Lynnhaven Pkwy., the pictured suspect used a fraudulently obtained debit card to deposit stolen checks and withdraw $300.

Unsolved
Fraud

Virginia Beach Police needs help in identifying this suspect:

On 3/12/19, the victim’s credit card information was used to make a purchase at Best Buy.

Unsolved
Theft from ABC Store

Virginia Beach Police needs help in identifying this suspect:

On 3/8/19, the pictured male entered the ABC Store at 1067 Independence Blvd. and stole a bottle of cognac.

Unsolved
Larceny from Business

Virginia Beach Police needs help in identifying this suspect:

On 2/26/19, the pictured suspect entered the 7-Eleven at 814 Baker Rd., selected several items, and then left without paying for them. He was last seen crossing Baker Road and walking towards Lake Edwards Drive.

Unsolved
Theft of Motorcycle

Virginia Beach Police needs help in identifying this truck owner:

On 2/24/19, the pictured Ford pickup was involved in the theft of a motorcycle from the victim’s property on Indian River Rd.


Unsolved
Credit Card Theft/Fraud

Virginia Beach Police needs help in identifying this suspect:

On 2/18/19, the victim’s car window was broken out in the parking lot of One Life Fitness on General Booth Blvd. and the suspect stole the victim’s credit cards. He then attempted to use the credit cards at the Wawa on Northampton Blvd.

Unsolved
Theft from ABC Store

Virginia Beach Police needs help in identifying this suspect:

On 2/13/19, the pictured individual entered the ABC store at Salem Crossing Shopping Center and stole a bottle of Red Stag Jim Beam. Management stated that he’s a repeat offender and has hit numerous locations. He usually keeps a hoodie pulled tight around his face to conceal his identity. On this day he was carrying two backpacks on his shoulder.

Solved
Larceny, Credit Card Theft/Fraud

Virginia Beach Police needs help in identifying these suspects:

Between the late night hours of 2/3/19 and early morning hours of 2/4/19, the victim had items stolen from the inside of her vehicle on Caribe Court. Her credit card was used a short time later at the Salem Crossing Walmart.

 

Unsolved
Theft from ABC Store

Virginia Beach Police needs help in identifying this suspect:

On 2/27/19, the pictured male entered the ABC store on 30th St., concealed a bottle of Hennessy in his pants, and left without paying.

Unsolved
Theft of Condoms

Virginia Beach Police needs help in identifying this suspect:

On 2/15/19 at approximately 10:12 a.m., the pictured female stole $40 worth of condoms from the 7-Eleven at 5756 Northampton Blvd.

Unsolved
Hit and Run

Virginia Beach Police needs help in identifying this suspect:

On 10/23/18, the pictured male was the driver of an Audi SUV that backed into another vehicle parked in front of the Pearl Vision at 737 First Colonial Rd.

Unsolved
Credit Card Fraud

Virginia Beach Police needs help in identifying these suspects:

On 1/3/19, the pictured suspects used a cloned credit card to purchase items from the Hilltop Walmart. The victim in this case is still in possession of the card and states she never lost it or lent it to anyone to use. There are several other purchases in this same area on this date.

Unsolved
Auto Theft

Virginia Beach Police needs help in identifying this suspect:

On 2/9/19, at approximately 5:50 a.m., the victim left his car keys on the ledge out front of the Salem Crossing Walmart while taking a break. The pictured male is seen on video entering the Walmart, hanging out for a bit, and then walking out and finding the victim’s keys. The suspect located the victim’s car and drove off in it.

Unsolved
Fraud

Virginia Beach Police needs help in identifying this suspect:

On 02/22/19, the pictured male entered Hobby Lobby on Virginia Beach Blvd.,took an item from the store, and returned it for cash.

Unsolved
Robbery

Virginia Beach Police needs help in identifying this suspect:

On 2/24/19, the pictured suspect entered the Citgo gas station at 1405 N. Great neck Rd. and robbed the clerk with a knife. Suspect is a white male, 6’0″ tall.

Unsolved
Fraud

Virginia Beach Police needs help in identifying this suspect:

On 12/28/18, the pictured suspect used a fraudulent credit card to make numerous purchases at the Best Buy located at Landstown Commons.

Unsolved
Fraud

Virginia Beach Police needs help in identifying these suspects:

Victim’s USAA card was lost. Between 1/17/19 and 1/20/19, fraudulent checks were deposited into the account and the monetary value of the checks was then withdrawn.


Unsolved
Armed Robbery

Virginia Beach Police needs help in identifying this suspect:

On 3/5/19, the pictured suspect entered the Verizon Wireless store located at 664 Phoenix Drive, asked to use the restroom, and then exited the restroom with a mask covering his face. The suspect implied that he had a firearm and demanded phones from the clerk.

Unsolved
Theft from Walgreens

Virginia Beach Police needs help in identifying this suspect:

On 10/14/18, the pictured female entered Walgreens, 5501 Wesleyan Drive, took 2 cases of Corona beer, and exited out the emergency exit without paying. She got into the passenger side of what looks like a late 1990’s or early 2000’s Chevy truck, dark in color.

Unsolved
Theft from Wawa

Virginia Beach Police needs help in identifying this suspect:

On 10/22/18 at approximately 1 a.m., the pictured female approached the front register at Wawa, 2501 Virginia Beach Blvd., and when no employee was at the register, took an employee’s key chain from behind the counter. The key chain has a pink box cutter and 12 keys on it, including keys to 2 separate vehicles.

Unsolved
Credit Card Fraud

Virginia Beach Police needs help in identifying this suspect:

On 3/5/19, at 7-Eleven, 300 Virginia Beach Blvd., the victim realized that he lost his wallet containing multiple Visa cards at the Exxon behind the 7-Eleven. A few hours later, Victim was notified by his bank that his cards were used for several transactions at the 7-Eleven and later at the Pier Gift Shop and Virginia Gift Shop.

Unsolved
Shoplifting

Virginia Beach Police needs help in identifying this suspect:

On 2/18/19 at 5:13 p.m., the pictured female stole a paper notebook from 7-Eleven on Pacific Ave.

Unsolved
Theft from Vehicle

Virginia Beach Police needs help in identifying these suspects:

On 1/27/19 at 7 p.m., the pictured suspects were observed on camera looking into vehicles in the Target parking lot on First Colonial Rd. before busting out the passenger window of a Target employee’s car and taking her backpack from the passenger seat.

Unsolved
Larceny

Virginia Beach Police needs help in identifying these suspects:

On 1/22/19, at 2 p.m., at Pembroke Mall, 2 black males worked together to convince the victim to play a cash game. One of the males then took $400 from the victim’s hand and both males fled. The males then left in a silver Acura, along with another black male and black female who were with them. This group of suspects has been seen previously at Pembroke Mall.



Unsolved
Theft from ALDI

Virginia Beach Police needs help in identifying these suspects:

On 1/17/19, at approximately 1:30 p.m., at ALDI, 4803 Shore Drive, the pictured females gathered $200 worth of groceries, loaded a shopping tote carried by one suspect, and walked out of the store without purchasing the groceries. The suspects had an infant child with them.


Unsolved
Theft from ABC Store

Virginia Beach Police needs help in identifying this suspect:

On 1/3/19, at approximately 6:35 p.m., the pictured male concealed a bottle of Makers Mark bourbon in his clothing and walked out of the ABCS Store on Virginia Beach Blvd. without paying for the item.

Unsolved
Larceny/Fraud

Virginia Beach Police needs help in identifying this suspect:

On 2/18/19, the victim believes she left her wallet in Aerie inside Lynnhaven Mall. She did not notice until a few hours later when she received notices from her bank that her credit cards were used at the Salem Crossing Walmart for multiple transactions. The pictured male is seen on video using the victim’s cards to make purchases as well as shoplifting multiple items that the card declined.

Unsolved
Firearms Violation/Destruction of Property

Virginia Beach Police needs help in identifying the suspects in this vehicle:

The pictured vehicle was seen on Pandoria Ave. on the victim’s surveillance video prior to multiple vehicles being shot in the area. Several individuals were seen exiting the vehicle once it parked just outside of the cul-de-sac.

Unsolved
Theft from ABC Store

Virginia Beach Police needs help in identifying this suspect:

On 03/04/19 at approximately 6 p.m., the pictured male walked into the ABC Store at 864 Lynnhaven Pkwy., concealed a 1.75LT bottle of Hennessy in his jacket, and left without paying.

Unsolved
Packages Theft

Virginia Beach Police need help in identifying a package thief.

On February 25, 2019, this female stole packages from the victim’s mailbox on 24th Street in Virginia Beach.  It was reported thru NextDoor that a female of the same description had targeted other homes in the neighborhood.

Fuel Theft

Virginia Beach Police are looking for leads in an unsolved theft.

On September 17, 2018, this male entered the Great Neck Doggie Day Car property on Laskin Road.  He stole two gas can that were full.

Unsolved
Credit Card Fraud

Virginia Beach Police needs help in identifying this suspect:

On 2/24/19 at about 6 p.m., the pictured suspect used the victim’s stolen credit card at the Lynnhaven Walmart and other retailers in the area.

Unsolved
Robbery

Virginia Beach Police needs help in identifying this suspect:

On 2/24/19, the victim left the 7-Eleven located at 896 Diamond Springs Road on foot. He walked behind the 7-Eleven to the Food Lion parking lot where he was robbed of US currency.

Unsolved
Fraud

Virginia Beach Police needs help in identifying this suspect:

On 1/23/19, at the Town Center Walmart, the suspect tricked the clerk into giving him approximately $199 during a fraudulent “flim flam” transaction he committed using a $100 bill.


Unsolved
Theft from Burlington

Virginia Beach Police needs help in identifying these suspects:

On 2/9/19, the pictured males entered the Burlington department store on Military Highway and while one acted as a lookout, the other roamed the employee areas of the store and concealed two small printing machines under his coat. Both men then exited the store. According to Loss Prevention, Burlington stores in North Carolina and Virginia have been victimized by these men on multiple occasions.

Unsolved
Burglary of Home

Virginia Beach Police needs help in identifying these suspects:

The victim’s home on Lake James Drive was burglarized while she was out of the country. Security cameras captured images of unknown black males on her property on 2/1/19 and 2/2/19. One posed as a UPS delivery driver and wore a UPS jacket. UPS confirmed that no delivery attempts occurred at the victim’s address on the dates in question.


Unsolved
Theft from Kohl’s

Virginia Beach Police needs help in identifying this suspect:

On 10/30/18, at approximately 9 p.m., at Kohl’s on Princess Anne rd., Loss Prevention observed the pictured suspect enter the dressing room with a backpack, and holding a T-shirt and a hooded sweatshirt. When the suspect left the dressing room, he was no longer holding the items. Loss Prevention entered to see if the merchandise was left behind, but it wasn’t there.

Unsolved
Theft from ABC Store

Virginia Beach Police needs help in identifying this suspect:

On 1/28/19, at the ABC Store, 1067 Independence Blvd., the pictured suspect was seen on video concealing a bottle of Hennessy and a bottle of Paul Masson Apple liquor in her handbag. She then left the store without paying for the items.

Solved
Theft from ALDI

Virginia Beach Police needs help in identifying this suspect:

On 1/17/19 at approximately 3 p.m., the pictured suspect walked out of ALDI grocery store on Thalia Road with a shopping cart full of groceries valued at $429.33 without paying for them. When confronted by store management, she refused to stop. She left in a black, 2012 Honda 4-door.

 

Unsolved
Theft from Walmart

Virginia Beach Police needs help in identifying these suspects:

On 01/27/19, the Loss Prevention officer at the Salem Crossing Walmart reviewed surveillance video and observed the suspects concealing items in bags while paying for other items. The 2 suspects then exited the store without paying for the items they concealed. The total number of items taken was 13 valued at $110.17. The suspects were observed fleeing in a dark-colored SUV.

Unsolved
Theft from 7-Eleven

Virginia Beach Police needs help in identifying this suspect:

On 1/22/19 at 8:39 a.m., at the 7-Eleven, 317 32nd Street, the suspect concealed an item and left the store without paying. He left the parking lot driving a newer model, white Audi bearing dealer tags.

Unsolved
Theft from ABC Store

Virginia Beach Police needs help in identifying this suspect:

On 1/24/19, at approximately 5:45 p.m., the pictured suspect concealed 3 bottles of Hennessy alcohol in her purse and walked out of the ABC store at 3333 Virginia Beach Blvd. without paying, fleeing the scene on a moped.

Unsolved
Larceny in Target Parking Lot

Virginia Beach Police needs help in identifying this suspect:

On 1/26/19, the victim parked her vehicle in the Target parking lot at 525 First Colonial Rd. and stood outside her vehicle smoking. The suspect approached from the opposite side of the vehicle, opened the door, and reached inside. When the victim confronted him, he told her he thought it was his vehicle. The victim drove to the front of the store and discovered her handbag had been taken. Loss Prevention found suspect and his vehicle on their camera system.

Unsolved
Theft from Walmart

Virginia Beach Police needs help in identifying this suspect:

On 1/31/19, the pictured suspect entered the Salem Crossing Walmart, went to the electronics department, loaded an HP desktop computer into a shopping cart, and proceeded to exit without paying. The door greeter attempted to stop him to ask for a receipt, but the suspect refused to stop. He was observed getting into a 2002 Isuzu Trooper.

Unsolved
Theft from Kohl’s

Virginia Beach Police needs help in identifying this suspect:

On 2/6/19, the pictured male stole 3 Bluetooth speakers from Kohl’s on Virginia Beach Blvd.

Unsolved
Credit Card Theft/Fraud

Virginia Beach Police needs help in identifying these suspects:

On 1/17/19, the victim was at Panera on Lynnhaven Parkway when someone stole her wallet off the ledge behind her while she played cards with her friends. While playing, she received a call from her bank stating someone used her credit card for a $2,857 purchase at Best Buy and that is when the victim noticed her wallet missing. The suspects purchased a Macbook and a Northface backpack. They attempted to purchase a second Mac, but that transaction was declined.

Unsolved
Theft in Top Golf Parking Lot

Virginia Beach Police needs help in identifying these suspects:

On 1/19/19, the pictured male, accompanied by the pictured female, was seen on Top Golf surveillance stealing items from the victim’s vehicle. The suspects left the parking lot in a while minivan-style vehicle.


Unsolved
Theft of Bicycle

Virginia Beach Police needs help in locating this stolen bicycle:

On 2/3/19, at approximately 5 p.m., the pictured Specialized model Ruby Comp Compact bicycle valued at $3,500 was stolen from a garage on Little neck Road. The bicycle is equipped with KEO racing pedals and a trip computer mounted on the handlebar.

Unsolved
Theft from Target

Virginia Beach Police needs help in identifying this suspect:

On 2/8/19, at Target, 2060 S. Independence Blvd., the pictured suspect concealed merchandise valued at $130 on his person and attempted to leave the store. When stopped by Loss Prevention, the suspect returned the items and fled. He was last seen on a black moped.

Unsolved
Shoplifting

Virginia Beach Police needs help in identifying this suspect:

On 2/14/19, at I Love VA, 2000 Atlantic Ave., the pictured suspect reached behind the counter, opened a display case, and stole an electronic vaporizer.
He fled on a 3-wheeled bicycle with a basket on the back.

Unsolved
Theft from ABC Store

Virginia Beach Police needs help in identifying this suspect:

On 11/25/18, the pictured suspect entered the ABC Store at 5832 Northampton Blvd., concealed a bottle of Johnnie Walker Black, and walked out without paying.

Unsolved
Larceny from Auto

Virginia Beach Police needs help in identifying these suspects:

On 1/7/19, the pictured suspects stole credit cards from the victim’s vehicle and used them at Walmart to buy cell phones and gift cards.


Unsolved
Larceny at Chuck E. Cheese

Virginia Beach Police needs help in identifying this suspect:

On 1/12/19, the victim left his cell phone, wallet, headphones, and truck keys on a table while he played games at Chuck E. Cheese, 2699 Lishelle Place. The pictured suspect is seen on video returning the wallet to the hostess, claiming to have found it, but he’s also seen putting the headphones into his pocket. The cell phone, headphones, and truck keys are missing.

Unsolved
Theft of iPhones

Virginia Beach Police needs help in identifying these suspects:

On 1/14/19, the pictured suspects arrived at the AT&T Store, 2712 N. Mall Drive, and loitered, creating a distraction for the employee while one of the suspects removed three iPhones from a display and concealed them in a jacket.


Unsolved
Theft from Walmart

Virginia Beach Police needs help in identifying this suspect:

On 01/12/19 and 01/16/19, the pictured male entered into Walmart at Town Center, selected various items, and then walked around the store before exiting through a side fire exit without paying for the items.

Unsolved
Grand Larceny

Virginia Beach Police needs help in identifying these suspects:

On 1/23/19, the pictured suspects concealed and stole merchandise valued at $2,082 from Ulta at 3300 Princess Anne Rd. They were last seen getting into a black Nissan Rogue, unknown Virginia tags.

Unsolved
Theft from Lidl

Virginia Beach Police needs help in identifying these suspects:

On 1/23/19, at Lidl, 1209 Edison Rd., the two pictured suspects loaded a cart with groceries and left the store without paying in a grey or blue Acura SUV.

Unsolved
Theft from Kohl’s

Virginia Beach Police needs help in identifying this suspect:

On 12/24/18 at approximately 1:16 p.m., at Kohl’s, 4564 Virginia Beach Blvd., the pictured male concealed several pairs of children’s pants in the bag he was carrying and then exited without paying for the items.

Unsolved
Theft from ABC Store

Virginia Beach Police needs help in identifying this suspect:

On 1/27/19, the pictured male walked into the ABC store on Northampton Blvd., took a bottle of Gentleman Jack, concealed it, and ran out of the store when confronted by an employee.

Unsolved
Credit Card Fraud

Virginia Beach Police needs help in identifying these suspects:

On 01/06/18 at approximately 1:18 p.m., the pictured males attempted to use a stolen credit card at the GameStop on Virginia Beach Blvd.

Unsolved
Theft from Macy’s

Virginia Beach Police needs help in identifying this suspect:

On 12/30/18 at about 4 p.m., the pictured male shoplifted numerous clothing items from Macy’s at Lynnhaven Mall using several Dillard’s shopping bags.

Unsolved
Theft from ABC Store

Virginia Beach Police needs help in identifying this suspect:

On 1/17/19, the pictured female shoplifted Bacardi Black rum from the ABC Store located at 405 30th Street.

Unsolved
Theft of Phone Cord

Virginia Beach Police needs help in identifying this suspect:

On 12/23/18, the pictured suspect entered the 7-11 located at 5259 Indian River Rd. where he shopped around for a few minutes and selected a phone cord. He placed the phone cord in his pocket and then made a purchase for some other items. Suspect was last seen getting into the pictured red sedan.


Unsolved
Theft from ABC Store

Virginia Beach Police needs help in identifying these suspects:

On 1/17/18, the pictured individuals entered the ABC Store at Salem Crossing where they concealed 4 bottles of liquor in their pants and left without paying.

Unsolved
Destruction of Property

Virginia Beach Police needs help in identifying this suspect:

The complainant reported that the dumpster at her condominium on Arctic Ave. was spray painted on 1/14/19. It said “MORGUE” with three dots and an arrow. Suspect is on video committing the graffiti.


Unsolved
Theft from ABC Store

Virginia Beach Police needs help in identifying this suspect:

On 12/31/18, the pictured individual stole a bottle of tequila from the ABC Store at 1612 Laskin Rd.

Unsolved
Grand Larceny

Virginia Beach Police needs help in identifying this suspect:

On 1/7/19, the suspect drove in the open gate at Southampton Construction lot, 1933 Virginia Beach Blvd., also shared by A & W Towing. The suspect hooked a utility trailer from the lot to his truck, loaded it with the victim’s property, and drove out of the lot. Two items belong to the City of Virginia Beach: a water meter that hooks up to a fire hydrant and water hose. The owner of the AAMCO shop located next-door saw the truck and described it as a purple Dodge Dakota PK with a generator in the back of the truck.

Unsolved
Theft from ABC Store

Virginia Beach Police needs help in identifying this suspect:

On 1/21/19, the pictured suspect entered the ABC Store at 5020 Ferrell Pkwy. where he concealed a liter bottle of Hennessey in his coat sleeve and then exited without paying.

Unsolved
Theft of Clothing

Virginia Beach Police needs help in identifying this suspect:

On 1/3/19 at approximately 5:30 p.m., at Kohl’s on Virginia Beach Blvd., the pictured male took men’s clothing valued at $116 into the dressing room and then exited the dressing room with the merchandise concealed under his street clothing. The suspect was approached by Loss Prevention just prior to exiting but he refused to stop and continued out of the store.

Unsolved
Theft from ABC Store

Virginia Beach Police needs help in identifying these suspects:

On 01/17/19, the 2 pictured suspects entered the ABC Store at 1612 Laskin Rd. The suspects concealed a bottle of liquor on their person and exited the store while the third lingered for several minutes before leaving.

Unsolved
Larceny

Virginia Beach Police needs help in identifying this suspect:

On 1/21/19, at the Home Depot, 2020 Lynnhaven Pkwy., the pictured suspect loaded up a cart with Milwaukee combo kits and left the store without paying. He was stopped by Loss Prevention but refused to come inside, and the items were recovered. The suspect left the scene in a newer model white Hyundai Elantra.

Unsolved
Theft from Target

Virginia Beach Police needs help in identifying these suspects:

On 12/21/18 at 9 p.m., at Target, 4554 Virginia Beach Blvd., the pictured suspects concealed clothing in 2 large purses and fled on foot as Loss Prevention attempted to detain them. One purse was recovered.


Unsolved
Theft from ABC Store

Virginia Beach Police needs help in identifying this suspect:

On 1/11/19, the pictured suspect concealed and stole 2 bottles of alcohol from the ABC Store at 1615 General Booth Blvd.

Unsolved
Motor Vehicle Theft/Credit Card Theft

Virginia Beach Police needs help in identifying these suspects:

On 11/28/18, the pictured suspects fraudulently used a credit card obtained from a vehicle stolen from the 1900 block of Pavilion Drive.

Unsolved
Theft of Doorbell

Virginia Beach Police needs help in identifying this suspect:

On 12/28/18, the pictured suspect stole a doorbell valued at $79 from the Salem Crossing Walmart.

Unsolved
Theft of Clothing

Virginia Beach Police needs help in identifying this suspect:

On 11/5/18, the pictured suspect stole an estimated $100 worth of clothing from the Town Center Walmart. Suspect’s first name may be Amanda. Suspect fled the parking lot in the pictured Toyota 4-Runner.


Unsolved
Theft of TV

Virginia Beach Police needs help in identifying this suspect:

On 1/12/19, the pictured suspect stole a Sanyo TV valued at $128 from the Salem Crossing Walmart.

Unsolved
Theft from Walmart

Virginia Beach Police needs help in identifying this suspect:

On 1/2/19, at the Salem Crossing Walmart, the pictured suspect loaded a cart full of items, valued at $186, and left the store without paying.


Unsolved
Shoplifting

Virginia Beach Police needs help in identifying this suspect:

On 12/28/18, at approximately 3:45 a.m., the pictured suspect entered the 7-Eleven located on 3701 Tiffany Lane. He then went to the back, picked up a bottle of Apothic red wine, and stuffed it down his pants. He then attempted to pay for some gummy bears. After being confronted by the clerk about the bottle she saw stuffed down his pants, he became irate and stormed out of the store taking the bottle with him.

Unsolved
Destruction of Property

Virginia Beach Police needs help in identifying these suspects:

On 12/22/18, the pictured males came on the property and damaged a home that is under construction on Godfrey Farm Rd. Damage is estimated at over $7,000. From video, it appears the two walked up to the property so they may live in the area.



Unsolved
Petit Larceny

Virginia Beach Police needs help in identifying this suspect:

On 1/4/19, the pictured male stole $82.24 worth of merchandise from Target at 4554 Virginia Beach Blvd.

Unsolved
Larceny

Virginia Beach Police needs help in identifying this suspect:

On 12/3/18, at Food Lion, 4848 Virginia Beach Blvd., the pictured male confused the cashier at the business by repeatedly asking for change and was able to steal $70. Suspect was a passenger in the pictured silver 4-door vehicle.

Unsolved
Robbery

Virginia Beach Police needs help in identifying this suspect:

On 1/13/19, at 10:59 p.m., the pictured male entered the Sunoco gas station, 920 Diamond Springs Road, armed with a handgun and demanded money from the two clerks. He then fled north towards Northampton Blvd. His black hoodie had stitching repair on the back (see photo).




Unsolved
Theft from ABC Store

Virginia Beach Police needs help in identifying these suspects:

On 1/7/19, the pictured suspects entered the ABC store at 1067 Independence Blvd., selected a bottle of Jose Cuervo, and left the business without paying for it.


Unsolved
Theft of Headphones

Virginia Beach Police needs help in identifying this suspect:

On 12/28/18, the pictured suspect entered the Walmart at Salem Crossing. After defeating the lock on the display case that contained the Beats headphones, he removed 3 sets of Beats headphones, put them under his shirt, and walked out without paying for them.

Unsolved
Theft of Watches

Virginia Beach Police needs help in identifying this suspect:

On 1/10/19, the pictured suspect walked into the CVS at 1701 Independence Blvd., grabbed a display case containing 5 watches valued at $175, and walked out without purchasing.


Unsolved
Credit Card Theft

Virginia Beach Police needs help in identifying these suspects:

Two larceny-from-motor-vehicle cases occurred in the 2200 block of Russet Leaf Lane during the nighttime hours of 11/28/18. One victim’s credit card was subsequently used at the Salem Crossing Walmart by the pictured suspects.



Unsolved
Larceny/Fraud

Virginia Beach Police needs help in identifying this suspect:

On 12/10/18, several vehicles parked at the shopping center at 737 First Colonial Road were broken into. The pictured suspect attempted to cash a check at NFCU drive-thru on 12/11/18. It was a Suntrust bank check belonging to a victim from the larcenies. The suspect gave that same victim’s Virginia driver’s license and NFCU card to the bank teller. The transaction was refused, the suspect left, and the bank notified the victim.


Unsolved
Theft from ABC Store

Virginia Beach Police needs assistance in identifying this suspect:

On 11/17/18, at approximately 2:05 p.m., the pictured female walked out of the ABC store at 3333 Virginia Beach Blvd. with one bottle of Hennessy valued at $44.99 concealed under her dress.

Solved
Shoplifting

Virginia Beach Police needs assistance in identifying this suspect:

Between the dates of 11/30/18 and 12/12/18, the pictured suspect entered the Walmart at Salem Crossing on 12 different occasions and stole various items. During each incident, the suspect grabbed different items as well as a 21-cent shot glass. The suspect went to the self-checkout and purchased only the shot glass, while stealing the other items.

 

Unsolved
Theft from ABC Store

Virginia Beach Police needs assistance in identifying this suspect:

On 11/18/2018, at approximately 2:49 p.m., at the ABC Store, 3312 Princess Anne Rd., the pictured suspect placed a pint of R&R bourbon in his coat. He then proceeded to buy a few miniature bottles, pay with cash, and leave the business without paying for the pint of bourbon.

Unsolved
Shoplifting/Counterfeiting

Virginia Beach Police needs assistance in identifying this suspect:

On 12/01/18, between 8:47 p.m. and 9:09 p.m., the pictured suspect entered Macy`s at Lynnhaven Mall, and attempted to pass 2 counterfeit $100 bills. When the cashier rejected the bills, the suspect grabbed and stole an Adidas hoodie and pants worth $110 and fled the business.

Unsolved
Counterfeiting

Virginia Beach Police needs assistance in identifying these suspects:

On 1/1/19, the pictured suspects entered CVS, 300 Laskin Rd., at approximately 9 a.m. and the male passed a counterfeit $20 bill. At approximately 10:05 a.m., the suspects entered Walgreens, 2400 Atlantic Ave., and the male attempted to pass another counterfeit $20 bill. The cashier immediately recognized the bill as fake and the transaction was declined. The male then tried to use a credit card to make the purchase, refusing to use the chip function on the card and insisting it was a swipe-only card. The card would not read and the suspects left the Walgreens empty-handed. The male attempted to pass a fake $20 bill at the 7-11, 2400 Pacific Ave. It was immediately recognized as fake but the cashier gave the bill back to the suspect and he left the store empty-handed. At approximately 11:34 a.m., the male returned to CVS and attempted to pass a counterfeit $10 bill. The suspect was recognized by CVS staff and the transaction was declined.

Unsolved
Destruction of Property

Virginia Beach Police needs assistance in identifying this suspect:

On 1/2/19, the pictured suspect went into Gilbert Eyecare, 1547 Laskin Rd., and requested to have his glasses adjusted. When an employee attempted to adjust the glasses, they broke. The suspect became angry, and when the owner went to the back of the store to try to repair the glasses, the suspect grabbed 3 pairs of glasses from the display and threw them on the floor breaking them.

Unsolved
Theft of Laptop

Virginia Beach Police needs assistance in identifying this suspect:

On 11/17/18, at approximately 2 p.m., the pictured male entered into the Best Buy located at 217 Independence Blvd. Once inside the store, he climbed up a stock ladder and grabbed a Dell Laptop from the storage area. The male then exited the store without paying for the laptop and drove away in a black 4-door Jaguar.


Unsolved
Theft of Phone Charger

Virginia Beach Police needs assistance in identifying this suspect:

On 12/6/18, the pictured male went into the 7-11 at 1010 Pacific Ave. and selected a toothbrush and a phone charger. He placed the phone charger in his pocket and paid for the toothbrush. He left the store without paying for the phone charger.

Unsolved
Robbery

Virginia Beach Police needs assistance in identifying this suspect:

On 12/31/18, the pictured male entered the Tinee Giant, located at 1560 Diamond Springs Road, and demanded money from the lone clerk while displaying some type of weapon.


Unsolved
Theft from ABC Store

Virginia Beach Police needs assistance in identifying this suspect:

On 11/26/18, at the ABC Store, 4334 Holland Rd., the pictured male selected a bottle of E&J brandy and exited the store without paying.

Unsolved
Armed Robbery

Virginia Beach Police needs assistance in identifying this suspect:

On 12/31/18 at 3 p.m., the pictured male entered the BB&T located at 1433 Kempsville Road and demanded money from a teller who was behind bullet-resistant glass. As the teller was complying, the male threatened to shoot a customer inside of the bank. The teller provided the male US Currency after which he fled the bank on foot into a nearby neighborhood.

Unsolved
Larceny/Flim-Flam

Virginia Beach Police needs assistance in identifying this suspect:

On 10/19/18 at approximately 3:30 p.m., the pictured male made a purchase of paper plates at Hobby Lobby, 2858 Virginia Beach Blvd. He handed the cashier a $100 bill, but almost immediately asked for the currency back while the cashier was already in the process of counting out the change, which confused her. He then counted out $3.81 from his pockets and handed it to her for the paper plates as she gave him $96.19 in change (after having already given him back the $100 bill). The suspect then walked out of the store. The cashier didn’t realize her mistake until later in the shift.

Unsolved
Defrauding an Innkeeper

Virginia Beach Police needs assistance in identifying these suspects:

On 12/23/18, the pictured individuals ordered and consumed food at Rick’s Café, 1612 Virginia Beach Blvd. The suspects then waited for the staff to leave the dining area and quickly left in a black 2-door vehicle without paying for their food.

Unsolved
Fraud/Counterfeit

Virginia Beach Police needs assistance in identifying these suspects:

On 12/23/18 at approximately 3:20 p.m., at Food Lion, 1340 N. Great Neck Rd., the pictured individuals attempted to pass counterfeit $20 bills to the cashier in exchange for groceries. The male was successful but the female was not.


Unsolved
Theft of Alcohol

Virginia Beach Police needs assistance in identifying this suspect:

On 12/11/18 and 12/15/18, at the ABC Store, 1340 Great Neck Rd., the pictured male concealed alcohol in his coat and then left without paying.

Unsolved
Attempted Burglary

Virginia Beach Police needs assistance in identifying this suspect:

The pictured male was caught on camera attempting to get into the victim’s home on Stell Lane at approximately 2:11 a.m. on 12/18/18. He was seen peering through a rear window and trying to open it until he saw the camera. Suspect was seen getting out of a dark-colored sedan.

Unsolved
Larceny from Auto/Credit Card Fraud

Virginia Beach Police needs assistance in identifying these suspects:

On 10/28/18, the pictured suspects stole the victim’s purse containing credit cards from her vehicle on Grand Bay Drive. They then went to the Salem Crossing Walmart and purchased groceries.

Unsolved
Theft of Toys

Virginia Beach Police needs assistance in identifying these suspects:

On 12/2/18, at the Salem Crossing Walmart, the pictured suspects filled a cart with $431 worth of toys and left without paying.


Unsolved
Shoplifting

Virginia Beach Police needs assistance in identifying these suspects:

On 12/15/18, the pictured suspects stole food items totaling approximately $30 from the Hilltop Walmart. When confronted by Loss Prevention, they left the store on foot.

Unsolved
Credit Card Theft, Petit Larceny

Virginia Beach Police needs assistance in identifying this suspect:

On 12/6/18, the pictured suspect entered the office complex at 208 Golden Oak Ct., where the victim is employed, and stole the victim’s purse, wallet, and credit cards.

Unsolved
Hit and Run

Virginia Beach Police needs assistance in identifying this suspect:

On 12/8/18, the pictured males were seen getting into a vehicle that struck another vehicle in the parking lot of Food Lion, 6527 College Park Shopping Center. They were last seen in a red Dodge Caravan, tag unknown.

Unsolved
Shoplifting

Virginia Beach Police needs assistance in identifying this suspect:

On 12/2/18, at 7-Eleven, 5259 Indian River Rd., the pictured suspect took a sandwich and left without paying.

Unsolved
Larceny from Walmart

Virginia Beach Police needs assistance in identifying this suspect:

On 11/23/18, the pictured individual stole a vacuum and comforters from the Salem Crossing Walmart.

Unsolved
Larceny, Credit Card Theft/Fraud

Virginia Beach Police needs assistance in identifying these suspects:

On 11/13/18, the victim’s wallet was stolen, possibly from Panera Bread on Lynnhaven Pkwy., but victim went to several businesses that day. She received an alert that her credit card was being used at Best Buy.

Unsolved
Larceny

Virginia Beach Police needs assistance in identifying these suspects:

On 12/13/18, a driver for Mclane Distributions was making a delivery to 7-Eleven, 814 Baker Rd., and left his truck unlocked and rollup door open. The 3 pictured males inside the 7-Eleven noticed the truck. The male in the gray hoodie entered the truck and stole 2 cartons of Newport cigarettes.

Unsolved
Shoplifting

Virginia Beach Police needs assistance in identifying this suspect:

On 12/5/18, at approximately 8:25 a.m., the pictured suspect walked out of the 7-Eleven at 3673 Virginia Beach Blvd. with 2 cans of NOS energy drinks without paying for them.

Unsolved
Theft of Jewelry

Virginia Beach Police needs assistance in identifying this suspect:

On 12/11/18 at the Kohl’s at Landstown, the pictured suspect concealed jewelry valued at $50 on his person and left without paying. When confronted in the parking lot, he took off running.

Unsolved
Package Theft

Virginia Beach Police needs assistance in identifying this suspect:

On 12/1/18, the pictured suspect stole an Amazon package that had just been delivered to a residence on N. Witchduck Rd.

Unsolved
Cold Case Attempted Bank Robbery

Virginia Beach Police has asked for help in solving this attempted bank robbery:

On 9/27/17 at approximately 9:19 a.m., the pictured male approached a teller at BB&T, 536 Newtown Rd. with a note demanding money.  The suspect got nervous before receiving any money and fled the bank on foot northbound towards the Dollar General.  Suspect did not display a weapon.

 

Unsolved
Unsolved Burglary

Virginia Beach Police has asked for public assistance in identifying this suspect:

On May 23, 2018, this male was seen walking up to the victim’s house wearing blue latex gloves.  The back door was broken into and money was taken from the home.  The suspect then made a phone call and someone driving a silver Hyundai Sonata picked him up.

Unsolved
Theft of Baby Clothes

Virginia Beach Police needs assistance in identifying this suspect:

On 10/27/18, at approximately 2:33 p.m., the pictured male went into the Town Center Walmart and stole $25 worth of baby clothes. When confronted by loss prevention, the suspect ran from the business.

Cold Case
Eric Mario Carballo

On Sunday, June 8, 2008 at 2:40 am, Eric Carballo was shot while he exited a vehicle in the 500 block of Southgate Avenue in the Aragona section of Virginia Beach.  He died from his injury.  His body was transported to the State Medical Examiner’s Office where the cause of death was a gunshot wound with the manner of death a homicide.

Cold Case
Jesse Terrell Brown
On Saturday, December 1, 2007 at 10:09 pm, Police responded to the 1300 block of Thamesford Drive after a report of gunfire.  Jesse Brown was found suffering from a gunshot wound.  He died as a result of his injury.  The State Medical Examiner’s Office ruled this death a homicide.
Investigators were able to discover Mr. Brown had been involved in a confrontation with an unknown person just prior to the shooting.
Jesse was a 23 year old black male who had dark brown eyes, black hair, stood 6’ 1’’ tall weighing 161 pounds.
Cold Case
Russell Grant Valentine Jr.
On Tuesday, April 3, 2007, gunfire erupted in the 6000 block of Wesleyan Drive.  Responding police units found the body of a black male lying in the yard of a residence suffering from a gunshot wound.  Paramedics transported the victim to Sentara Norfolk General Hospital where he died a short time later.  The State Medical Examiner’s Office performed an autopsy and determined the death to be a homicide.
Investigators have identified the victim as 46 year old Russell Grant Valentine Jr. of the 6000 block of Wesleyan Drive, Virginia Beach.  He was a black male who had brown eyes, black hair, 6’ 1’’ tall weighing 200 pounds.

Cold Case
Walter Zakrzewski
On Wednesday, October 11, 2006, at 11:27 pm, Virginia Beach Police Emergency Dispatchers received a call from Virginia Wesleyan College requesting emergency Medical Personnel and Police respond for an injured security guard.  Police and Paramedics arrived on scene to find Walter (“Wally”) Zakrzewski deceased.  He was on duty at the time of this death.  Mr. Zakrzewski was transported to the State Medical Examiner’s Office for autopsy.  His death was determined to be a homicide.
Wally was a 57 year old white male who had white hair, hazel eyes, 5’ 8’’ tall weighing 179 pounds.
Cold Case
Shawn Gary John
On Tuesday, January 3, 2006 at 8:30 am, a report of gunfire near the intersection of Old Virginia Beach Road and Barberton Drive was reported to the Virginia Beach 9-1-1.  Police responded to the area and found a body of a black male lying in the roadway bleeding.  Paramedics pronounced the victim deceased.  The body was transported to the State Medical Examiner’s Office for autopsy.  The cause of death was due to a gunshot wound and the manner of death a homicide.
Investigators were able to identify the victim of this murder as Shawn Gary John, a 34 year old who lived near the area of this murder.  He was a black male who had brown eyes, black receding hair, 5’ 10’’ tall, and 190 pounds.  He wore prescription glasses.
Cold Case
Sean James Sessome
On Thursday, June 13, 2004 at approximately 11:40 pm, Police responded to the 1200 block of Glyndon Drive after a report of gunfire in the area.  Police responded and found Sean Sessome suffering from a gunshot wound.  He died from his injury.  His body was transported to the State Medical Examiner’s Office for autopsy.  The cause of death is due to a gunshot wound with the manner of death a homicide.
Witnesses described two black males who were seen getting into a silver late model Mitsubishi sedan a very short time after the shots were reported.  A third person believed to be a black female was seen in this Mitsubishi waiting for the two black males.  One suspect is described as having a medium build with a short haircut wearing a white t-shirt and dark colored pants.
One suspect has been arrested in this case.  The other male has not been identified.
Sean was a 38 year old black male who had brown eyes, black hair with a black moustache.  He stood 6’ 0’ tall, weighing 229 pounds.
Cold Case
Michael Ryan Snapp
On Thursday, September 25, 2003 at approximately 2:30 am, gunfire erupted in the 4600 block of Downeast Court in the North Beach Apartment complex.  Police and Rescue found a man lying inside the door of one of the apartments suffering from a gunshot wound.  He had died where he was found.  Michael’s body was transported to the State Medical Examiner’s Office where the autopsy proved he had died from a gunshot wound.  The manner of death was ruled a homicide.
Investigators believe the victim answered a knock at his door and when he opened the door he was shot.  Michael was a student and baseball player at Virginia Wesleyan College and was from Newport News.
Michael Snapp was a 19 year old white male who had blue eyes, short brown hair, 5’ 11’’ tall, weighing 173 pounds.
Cold Case
Jonathan Anthony Pelham
On Wednesday, September 24, 2003 at approximately 3:42 am, Virginia Beach Fire and Police responded to a fire involving the townhome located in the 800 block of Hampstead Court in the Weblin Place neighborhood.  Upon the arrival of the fire department, the home was fully engulfed in fire.  Jonathan Pelham was found inside the home and died as a result of the fire.  His body was transported to the State Medical Examiner’s Office where an autopsy was performed.  The cause if death was smoke inhalation.  The fire investigator determined this fire was intentionally set.
Jonathan was a large 12 year old black male, who had brown eyes, black short cut hair, 5’ 8’’ tall weighing 302 pounds.
Cold Case
Andre Heckstall
On Friday, May 9, 2003 at 5:30 pm, 40 year old Andre Heckstall was standing in the parking lot in front of the Dollar Tree located in the 600 block of Newtown Road speaking to an unknown black male when he was shot.  Police and Rescue were dispatched to the scene where the victim was found bleeding and unconscious.  He was transported to the hospital where he died a short time later from his wound.  The state Medical Examiner’s Office determined Mr. Heckstall died from a gunshot wound with the manner of death a homicide.
Andre was a 40 year old black male who had brown eyes, black and gray hair, black mustache with a gray beard, 6’ 2’’ tall weighing 193 pounds.
Cold Case
Zedric D. Daniels
On Friday, November 9, 2001 at approximately 2:08 am, 20 year old Zedric Daniels was sitting in a friend’s vehicle when he was shot in the head.  The car was parked out front of the Holiday Inn located at 5655 Greenwich Road.  Mr. Daniels’ friend and driver of the car were inside the motel when he heard a gunshot outside.  He ran outside to the car where he found Zedric bleeding from his head.  Police and Rescue responded and found Zedric deceased.  His body was transported to the State Medical Examiner’s Office where the autopsy revealed a gunshot wound to the head was the cause of death and the manner a homicide.
Zedric was a 20 year old black male, who had brown eyes, black hair with small braids, goatee , and he stood 5’ 7’’ tall weighing 128 pounds with a thin build.
Cold Case
Carlos Ricardo Thomas

On Wednesday, July 8, 2001, Carlos Ricardo Thomas, a 3 week old white male infant, was found unresponsive in his crib at his home located in the 3800 block of Old Forge Road.  He was rushed to Children’s Hospital of the Kings Daughters where he was placed on life support.  Unfortunately, three days later, Carlos died.  The State Medical Examiner’s Office performed an autopsy and discovered signs of trauma.  The death of baby Carlos was due to homicidal means.

Cold Case
James L. Dejarnette Jr.
On Wednesday, March 15, 2000 at 12:40 am, Virginia Beach Police responded to a private residence located in the 1500 block of New York Avenue for an injured person located inside this residence.  The reporting person in this case is the victim’s roommate who found James lying in the house deceased.  The State Medical Examiner’s Office was able to determine the cause of death is from a gunshot wound and the manner of death a homicide.
The last time Mr. Dejarnette was known to be alive was on March 14, 2000 at 0935 hours.  He had spoken with a friend on the phone.
James was a 29 year old black male who had brown eyes, dark brown close cut hair, black moustache, 6’ 2’’ tall weighing 234 pounds.
Cold Case
Roy White
On Monday, March 1, 1999 at approximately 3:09 am, gunfire erupted in the parking lot of Picasso’s Nightclub located in the 500 block of Newtown Road.  Police responded with officers finding a man in a vehicle suffering from a gunshot wound.  Paramedics transported the victim to Sentara Norfolk General Hospital where he died from his wound.  The State Medical Examiner’s Office determined this death a homicide.
Investigators identified the victim as Roy White; a 34 year old black male, who had left Picasso’s just prior to the shooting.  He had been seen getting into a gold Infinity Sedan and began to leave the parking lot when the gunshots were reported.  The Infinity was then seen driving erratic through the parking lot while striking several parked vehicles.
Roy was a 34 year old black male who had brown eyes, 5’ 9’’ tall weighing 150 pounds.  He had a mustache and goatee.
Cold Case
Rudolph Stewart Jr.
On Thursday, April 17, 1997, at 6:00 pm, Virginia Beach Police were called to the 5500 block of Diamond Springs Road for several reports of gunfire.  Police found a man lying in a driveway suffering from several gunshot wounds.  Paramedics pronounced the victim deceased.  The body was transported to the State Medical Examiner’s Office for autopsy.  The victim was identified as 39 year old Rudolph Stewart Jr.  This case was ruled a homicide.
A blue Toyota was seen leaving the area right after the shooting at a high rate of speed.  This vehicle was last seen heading east on Aurora Drive.
Rudolph was a 39 year old black male who had brown eyes, black hair with a full beard.  He stood 5’ 6’’ tall weighing 160 pounds.
Cold Case
Joseph Haught
On Tuesday, April 8, 1997 at approximately 6:00 pm, Virginia Beach 9-1-1 received a call for a man suffering from a gunshot at the Military Highway Pawn located in the 700 block of Military Highway.  Once police arrived on scene, a white male identified as 65 year old Joseph Haught was found inside the pawn shop bleeding as a result of his injury.  Joseph was transported to the Trauma Center at Norfolk General Hospital where he stayed on life support until he died on April 9, 1997.
The State medical Examiner’s Office has ruled this death a homicide.
Cold Case
Baby Jane Doe 2
On December 21, 1996 the body of a newborn was discovered hidden in a plastic bag hanging on a hook in a bathroom of the Lillian Vernon Mail Order Warehouse located in the 2600 block of International Parkway.  The bathroom is accessible by employees of the warehouse only and secluded from the general public.  A bomb threat had been reported in the warehouse about an hour prior to the grim discovery.  The newborn had been wrapped in a red “Colours” small sized golf shirt with the left breast embroidered with “Sport, Athletic, Champion.”
The body was transported to the State Medical Examiner’s Office for autopsy.  The baby was a female with dark hair had probably been dead 3 to 5 days.  Due to the decomposition, race has not been determined.  The identity is still unknown.
Cold Case
Louis Anthony Barone
On Wednesday, November 6, 1996, Police were called to the 100 block of Castilian Drive for a report of gunfire.  Moment’s later police discovered a male sitting in a dark colored 1992 GMC pickup suffering from a gunshot to the head.  Rescue transported the victim to Virginia Beach General Hospital where he died.  The victim was identified as Louis Anthony Barone, a 26 year old white male.  Witnesses described hearing a gunshot about 5:45 pm and then observed a white male exit the dark colored GMC pickup and get into the passenger side of a light blue or silver colored Chevrolet Camaro driven by another person and leave.  The Camaro had a loud exhaust system.
The State Medical Examiner’s Office ruled this death a homicide.
Louis was 26 year old white male, who had brown eyes, black hair, 5’8’’tall weighing 140 pounds.
Cold Case
Unidentified Human Skeleton
On Tuesday, April 18, 1995, fishermen discovered bones in a creek near the Owls Creek Golf Course.  The area the fisherman had been fishing is a secluded area.  Virginia Beach Investigators responded and summoned the help of the State Medical Examiner who determined the bones to be human.  A thorough search of the area revealed several more bones that were partially hidden by vegetation and water.  The skeleton was transported to the State Medical Examiner’s Office for autopsy.  An Old Dominion University botanist assisted in attempting to determine how long the skeleton had been in the area by examining the age of the surrounding plant life.
The identity of the skeleton is still unknown.
Cold Case
Robert McFarland
On Tuesday, April 19, 1994 at 3:00 am, Robert’s body was discovered lying in the alley in the 5800 block of East Hastings Arch.  Police and Rescue arrived on scene and found Robert suffering from a gunshot to the head.  His body was transported to the State Medical Examiner’s Office for autopsy.  The manner of death is homicide.
Robert was a 31 year old black male who had brown eyes, black hair, full beard, and moustache, 6’ 3’’ tall weighing 230 pounds.
Cold Case
Dedric Mason
On July 14, 1993 at 10:30 pm, Virginia Beach Police responded to a report of gunfire in the 3700 block of Mainsail Court in the Twin Canal apartment complex.  When officers arrived on scene, they discovered 19 year old Dedric suffering from a gunshot wound to the head.  He was transported to the hospital where he died from his injury.
Witnesses described to investigators an argument between the victim and two other black males had occurred just before the shots fired.  Dedric Mason was seen falling to the ground after he was shot by one of these black males.  The suspects were seen running from the scene and get into a dark colored vehicle, possibly a Cadillac Seville or El Dorado with temporary tags.  The vehicle was last seen traveling south on Lynnhaven Parkway.  Dedric’s death was ruled a homicide by the State Medical Examiner’s Office.
Dedric was a black male who had brown eyes, black hair, 5’ 11’’ to 6′ 1” tall weighing 147 pounds.
Cold Case
Harleen Singh
On Friday, March 5, 1993, Harleen Singh was reported to the Virginia Beach Police as a missing person by her father and estranged husband.  She had last been seen on March 4, 1993 at approximately 6:00 pm leaving her employment, Essex Corporation located in the Reflections II Office Building, 200 block of Golden Court.  Mrs. Singh had advised friends and family she was meeting her husband at their private business: Ultimate Beauty Supply Store, located in the Wards Corner Shopping Center off of Granby Road in Norfolk to complete tax forms.  Harleen was seen driving her four door, gray 1991 Honda Accord.
A gray Honda with a body inside was found in the back parking lot of the Wendy’s Restaurant located at the intersection of Independence Blvd. and Bonnie Road.  Police and rescue were called to the scene.  The female found in the car was deceased and later identified as Harleen Singh.  Her body was transported to the State Medical Examiner’s Office for autopsy.  She had died from being shot in the head.  The manner of death was ruled a homicide.
Harleen was a 26 year old petite Indian female who had dark brown eyes, black hair, 5’ 3’’ tall weighing 113 pounds.
Cold Case
Reginald Basnight Jr.
On Sunday, July 12, 1992 at approximately 12:30 am, 15 year old “Reggie” Basnight was gunned down while he was standing in the 1200 block of Glyndon Drive.  Police and Rescue were called to the area for a report of gunfire.  The victim was found lying in the doorway of a home bleeding from the chest.  Rescue worked to save the teenager, but he died where he was found.  Witnesses described Reggie arguing with someone in a small white car over a girl just prior to the shooting.
Reggie was a light skinned black male who had green eyes, black hair, 5’ 10’’ tall weighing 143 pounds, and a thin build.
Cold Case
Jason B. Walker
On Sunday, February 9, 1992 at 3:30 am, Police and Rescue were called to the report of gunfire in the parking lot of the Newpoint Shopping Center located in the 500 block of Newtown Road.  Witnesses described seeing a black male about 5’ 10’’ tall, wearing a black leather coat shooting a handgun while standing in front of the Bridge Nightclub.  Jason Walker was driving his red Chevrolet Berretta bearing a Virginia License Plate through the parking lot when his car window was shattered by a projectile striking Jason in the head.  He was taken to the hospital where he died a short time later.  The State Medical Examiner’s Office ruled this death a homicide.
Jason had previously been inside the nightclub watching the Rap Star Doo Doo Brown perform.  He was a United States Marine Corps reservist who was attending Norfolk State University when he was tragically shot and murdered.  He was a 23 year old black male who had brown eyes, black mustache, and black short hair, 6’ 2’’ tall weighing 200 pounds.
Cold Case
Lee Allen Navarro
On Sunday, November, 10, 1991, 22 year old Lee Navarro was working at the Zero’s Sub Shop located in the Birchwood Shopping Center at 3760 Virginia Beach Blvd.  He was working alone at the time this murder occurred.  Potential customers entered the sub shop at approximately 7:45 pm finding Mr. Navarro suffering from a gunshot to the chest.  Police and Rescue units responded to the scene.  Rescue transported the victim to Virginia Beach General Hospital where he died from his injury.  Mr. Navarro’s body was transported to the State Medical Examiner’s Office for autopsy.  The manner of death was ruled a homicide.
He was a white male who had brown eyes and a brown hair cut in military style, 5’ 9’’ tall weighing 165 pounds.
Cold Case
Samuel Baruch
On Thursday, October 10, 1991 at 9:15 am, Samuel Baruch arrived at his business in the 300 block of Birchwood Park Drive.  Mr. Baruch was seen leaving the business location alone while driving his full sized Grey Mercury Marquis, but he returned where he was found shot to death lying in a pool of blood next to a safe within the business.  Mr. Baruch’s body was transported to the State Medical Examiner’s Office for an autopsy.  The cause of death was a gunshot wound with the manner of death ruled a homicide.
Investigators discovered the victim’s grey Mercury Marquis missing from the business, but was found a short distance away at the Pembroke Mall Parking lot.  The apparent motive for this brutal murder was robbery.
Sam was a 34 year old large white male who had brown eyes and brown hair around the sides and bald on top of his head, 6’ 3’’ tall weighing 250 pounds.  He also had a large dark brown or black mustache.
Cold Case
Thomas J. Hilton
On Monday, July 22, 1991, at 5:00 pm, the body of Thomas Hilton was found in his mobile home located in the 1200 block of Baker Road