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Here’s this week’s Crime Solvers list. If you know anything, Text SEE911 to Crimes (274637) or call 540/582-5822.

Breezewood Mews- At about 9 PM on the Dec. 9, in the area of Running Cedar Lane, a victim said he was robbed. The victim said he was startled by two black males. They approached the victim and demanded his possessions. They stole a black Verizon LG envy touch phone, $8 in cash, a black leather Dallas Cowboy wallet, credit cards, Virginia driver’s license, and his social security card. The first suspect is described as a black male, 5’8″ to 5’10″, 220 pounds, 19 or 20 years old, wearing a black puffy jacket, black pants, black shoes, black hat and  a black mask. The second suspect is described as a black male, 5’6″ to 5’8″, 160 pounds, 19 or 20 years old, thin build, and wearing a black jacket, black pants and shoes, with a black bandana over his face. The suspects left the area and traveled towards Breezewood Drive. CFS- 10-154391

Residential Breaking and Entering

Camelot- Spotsylvania Deputies responded to a residential breaking and entering in the area of Switchback Lane. The victim stated that sometime between 9:30 a.m. and 2 p.m. on Dec. 8, someone entered his home and stole $4,700. Point of entry could not be determined.CFS- 10154110

Residential Breaking and Entering

Sometime between 1 a.m. and 4 p.m. on Dec. 10, a home in the area of Butler Road was broken into. It appears that someone broke the window in the rear of the home and made entry. Two Flat Screen TV’s valued at about $500 were stolen. CFS- 10155029

Residential Breaking and Entering

Salem Run- In the area of Castlebridge Drive and on the morning of Dec. 9. The victim said that when he returned home he noticed  that his PS3 game system, Wii game system, HP digital camera, Logitech head phones, and a wooden chess set were missing. When the deputies arrived it appeared that there was damage to the front door and door knob. The victim further stated that earlier in the morning he bumped into an unknown and suspicious black male in the hallway right outside his apartment. The black male was just standing there and sending text messages on his phone. The man  is described as a black male, in his mid twenties, 6′ to 6’2″ in height, about 200 pounds, short black hair. CFS- 10154124

Salem Run- In the area of Castlebridge Drive at about 6:35 AM on the 9th of Dec. 2010. The victim stated that he was in bed and briefly saw someone in his apartment. When he got up he noticed that some medication and a watch were missing. The victim had left his apartment unlocked and could not provide a description.

CFS- 10154399

Grand Larceny

In the area of Rollingwood Drive, and during the time frame of Dec. 9 and Dec. 11, the victim reported that a black pressure washer valued at $600 was stolen from a locked shed outside the victim’s residence. CFS- 10155004

Grand Larceny

KMART- 3655 Plank Rd- Sometime between 1 p.m. and 1:20 p.m. on  Dec. 8, a tractor trailer driver was making a delivery to the business. The driver left his truck unsecured and when he returned 20 minutes later he discovered that someone entered his truck and stole his Motorola Droid phone valued at $569. CFS- 10153747

Grand Larceny

Spotsylvania Towne Centre- At about 8 p.m. on the Dec. 9.  The victim said she parked in the area of The Guitar Center and entered the business. The victim stated that the vehicle was running and unlocked. When the victim returned she discovered that her leather purse, containing house keys, credit cards, cell phone, glasses, and medication was stolen. CFS- 10154373

Sometime between Dec. 5 and Dec. 12, in the area of Stoner Drive, a 4WD divorced transfer case for a 1978 F-150 truck valued at $1000.00 was stolen from the back of the victim’s truck. The suspect may possibly be driving a solid green 1990 to 1995 Ford F-150 pick up truck. CFS- 10155339

Grand Larceny

Olge Dr- Sometime between  Dec. 8 and Dec. 11, the victim reported that he had two large gray snap on tool boxes with tools valued at $30,000, 20 to 30 junk wheels, 20 vehicle batteries and a 1966 green F100 pick up truck stolen from a storage area. The storage area was secured by a chain link fence. The victim discovered that someone cut the chain link fence. CFS- 10154940

Grand Larceny

U STOR IT- 3662 Jefferson Davis Highway.- On Dec. 14 and between the hours of 11:30 a.m. and 3 p.m. The victim reported that his trailer was broken into and drywall screw guns, hammer drills, and assorted tools valued at $2,000 were stolen. CFS- 10156149

Grand Larceny

Greenline Service Corp- 11417 Tidewater Trail- Sometime between noon and 12:30 p.m. on the Dec. 10, a John Deere X540 Lawn Tractor was stolen from the business. Witnesses stated that a black male, mid 30’s, about 5’10″ and 160 pounds driving a Uhall 6 tire van was seen loading the tractor into his vehicle. The witnesses said they thought the black male was just a customer that purchased the tractor. The lawn tractor is valued at about $8,500.00CFS- 10155993

Larceny

Salem Run- Sometime between 8 p.m. on Dec. and 7:30 a.m. on Dec. 14, a stereo system valued at $100 was stolen from a vehicle in the area of Acree Ave. The victim said she was sure she locked the driver’s door but was not sure if the rest of the doors were locked. The vehicle did not have any signs of forced entry. CFS- 10155958

Larceny

Sometime during the Dec. 2 and Dec. 8, someone stole a 5 foot black and white lighthouse lawn fixture from the victim’s property in the area of Dukes Drive. The lighthouse fixture is valued at $150. CFS- 10154232

Larceny

A blow up merry-go-round Christmas lawn decoration valued at $135 was stolen from the victim’s property. The crime occurred in the area of Church St. and during the overnight hours on the Dec. 13. CFS- 10155979

Vandalism

Maple Grove- Between the dates of Dec. 8 and Dec. 14, unknown subjects broke into an unoccupied home and caused about $1,000 in damage. The unknown subjects defecated on brand new carpet in several rooms of the home. They also used the window sills as ash trays. CFS- 10156076

Vandalism

Hunters Landing – In the area of Belmont Road, several seats to a boat were cut and further tampering caused damage to the hull of the boat. The damage is estimated at $2,500. The crime occurred sometime between Nov. 1 and Dec. 11. CFS- 10154987

Children of America- 10628 Courthouse Rd.- At about 5:10 p.m. on Dec. 10. The victim said that she went into the business to pick up her child. She was in the business for  a few minutes and when she returned, her purse was no longer in the front passenger seat. The purse contained two checkbooks, two check cards, about $90 in cash, a driver’s license and several other forms of ID. The victim was not sure if the vehicle was locked but the vehicle does not have any signs of forced entry. CFS- 10154717

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  • http://crimesolverssite kirkpatrick p baker

    if you see a tag on a truck and you think that they might have stolen items in it and you know the numbers but not the letters is there anyway to get the full tag also you know the make etc.?

  • CP Unit

    There are so many tags out there that it would be extremely difficult to get the full tag number. No one is going to invest the time if one just “thinks” that the vehicle may have stolen items in it. Call it into crime solvers and give it a shot but just based on the little information that you provided it’s hard to say. It is always best to call this information as it occurs. If you have knowledge of a crime, call it in. You may help out a person from being a future victim.

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