Alexandria Police say that a string of recent smash-and-grab burglaries in the West End are tied to 130 similar incidents throughout the region.
Last month, police investigated five separate incidents that occurred at businesses on S. Pickett Street in the West End on April 23. A juvenile was arrested in connection to the incidents as well as another commercial burglary in Arlington County.
“The juvenile suspect is facing multiple charges connected to the smash & grab burglaries in the region,” police said in a release.
Anyone with information or video of suspects committing offenses is asked to contact Detective Walter Boyd at 703-746-6245 or [email protected] or Detective Edmund Dougherty at 703-746-6697 or at [email protected].
Alexandria Police Department works with regional law enforcement partners to investigate series of approximately 130 smash & grab commercial burglaries across the region.
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