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.
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.
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.
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.
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.