Destruction of Property and Assault

Virginia Beach Police needs help in identifying these two females:

On September 26, 2018, at approximately 9:10 pm, two females went to the 7-Eleven on Holland Road near Lynnhaven Pkwy.  They wanted to purchase alcohol but had no proof of age.  They became angry and one female threw something at the clerk and other items to the ground.  The female wearing glasses also threw things off of the counter and threw items at the clerk.

They left in a white Kia Rio.

Attempted Robbery

Detectives identified this suspect and he was arrested on 10/15/18.  Thank you.

Virginia Beach Police needs assistance in identifying this male:

On September 19, 2018 at approximately 10:55 pm, this male went to the 7-Eleven at the corner of Holland Road and Rosemont Road.  He asked the clerk for money and said he did not want to get violent.  He was trying to show the clerk something written on a piece of paper but was interrupted by a customer.  When more customers came in, the suspect left.

Expensive Watches Theft

Virginia Beach Police needs assistance in identifying these two females:

Between September 29 and 30, 2018, these two females stole at least 10 watches valued at over $6000 from a store in Lynnhaven Mall.


Theft from CVS

Virginia Beach Police needs help in identifying this male and female:

On September 17, 2018 at approximately 3:30 pm, this male and female went into the CVS located on Independence Blvd near Pleasure House Road.

The female went to one isle and began filling her blue tote bag with soap and shampoo.  The male went into the neighboring isle and placed several items in his pocket while he was talking on his cell phone.  The two then left the store without paying for any of the items.  The store estimates the value of items stolen was $400-$600.

Police have supplied a short video showing the suspects in action.

Pedestrian Hit and Run

Thanks to all of the Facebook shares, the vehicle and driver were located.  Case solved.

Virginia Beach Police needs help to find a driver accused of a hit-and-run of a pedestrian on September 23, 2018.

Around 10:45 a.m., the victim was jogging on Mediterranean Avenue near Carolina Avenue in the Shadowlawn area of Virginia Beach.  Police said an unknown vehicle struck her and never stopped.

The victim suffered injuries including two broken ankles, two broken ribs, a cracked vertebrae and her face was still swollen eight days later.