The Alexandria Police Department said the city responded to two separate robberies in different parts of the city last night.
In both cases, police said a weapon was displayed, but no one was injured.
Notification: APD officers have responded to two separate commercial robberies at 30 S. Reynolds and the other in the 1600 block of N. Quaker Lane. A weapon was displayed in both incidents. No injuries reported. APD is investigating. Anyone with information call (703) 746-4444. pic.twitter.com/VBJWMrmmlE
— Alexandria Police (@AlexandriaVAPD) November 2, 2023
Police said one occurred at 30 S. Reynolds Street just after 3 a.m. Scanner traffic indicated the robbery was at the 7-Eleven and the robbers showed a handgun before taking an ATM.
The other robbery was on the 1600 block of N. Quaker Lane less than half an hour later. That incident also involved robbers taking an ATM, according to the scanner.
A similar incident was reported last night in Fairfax on Franconia Road.
Robbers also hit multiple 7-Elevens at the same time earlier this year.
This isn’t the first time this year robbers have tried to take ATMs: a truck crashed into a Del Ray CVS in May and tried to steal an ATM.
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