Thieves Target More Manassas Vehicles

Police report two vehicles were stolen last week and three more vehicles had items stolen from them.

Three vehicles had items stolen from them last week, according to Manassas City Police (MCPD) officers. 

The first reported incident occurred between 9:30 p.m. Wednesday (June 20)  and 6:30 a.m. Thursday (June 21) in the 8700 block of Weems Road. The victim told officers that he left his vehicles unlocked overnight and an undisclosed amount of money was removed from both vehicles, along with a Garmin GPS valued at approximately $200. A credit card was also removed from one of the vehicles.

MCPD is also investigating a larceny that occurred between midnight and 6:10 a.m. Thursday (June 21) in the 8400 block of Metcalf Blvd.

The victim told officers that her vehicle was broken into and the thieves stole approximately $1,100 in stereo equipment. They gained entry by prying open the driver’s side window, police said. 

Motor Vehicle Thefts

Officers were called to the 9700 block of Bragg Lane in Georgetown South on Friday (June 22) around 5:30 a.m. for the report of a stolen vehicle.

The victim told officers that her vehicle, a 2000 Dodge, was stolen after she left it unlocked and running in front of her residence as she got ready for work. Police said the theft occurred at approximately 5 a.m., and the vehicle was valued at approximately $5,000.

Officers are also investigating the theft of a motorcycle that occurred between 7:30 p.m. Thursday (June 21) and 5:00 a.m. Friday (June 22) in the 10300 block of 7th Regiment Drive.

The victim told officers that he went outside to check on his motorcycle, a 2005 Suzuki, when he realized that it had been stolen. The motorcycle was valued at approximately $5,000, and was last seen being driven by an unknown male in the Manassas Park area.

Police continue the above cases. Manassas City Crime Solvers will pay a cash reward up to 1,000 for information that leads to an arrest. The confidential 24-hour tip line is (703) 330-0330.

Residents are reminded not to leave anything of value inside their vehicles and to always keep their vehicles locked.


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