Multiple car break-ins reported in parking lot of Arlandria apartment building

No arrests have been made after a series of car break-ins at an apartment building in Arlandria.

There have been four incidents at 511 Four Mile Road of parked cars being broken into and valuables stolen, according to Alexandria Police.

Residents reported that the incidents are occurring late at night. The windows of vehicles are smashed and valuables are stolen.

“My sunglasses were stolen,” one resident said after his truck was broken into. “They were brand new Ray-Ban’s.”

Last month, a juvenile was arrested for shooting another juvenile on the roof of the building over marijuana.

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