3 Cars Stolen From Rock Spring, Old Glebe Neighborhoods: Police

ARLINGTON, VA – Two cars were stolen from the Rock Spring neighborhood and another car was stolen from the nearby Old Glebe neighborhood over the long Juneteenth holiday weekend, according to the Arlington County Police Department.

Early Monday morning, police were dispatched to the 5000 block of 36th Street N. for a report of two stolen cars.

Police learned that at about 3:30 am on Monday, two suspects entered the victim’s home and stole two sets of car keys and then stole the cars. Electronics, cash and credit cards were also reported stolen from the home.

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There were no signs of forced entry police said.

The cars are described as a white 2019 Audi A6 with a Virginia license plate of XMF9641 and a white 2021 Audi Q7 with Virginia license plate of BOGOWP.

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Early Friday morning, police were dispatched to a home in the 3800 block of Chesterbrook Road for the report of a stolen car. Police determined that between 10 am last Thursday and 6:30 am on Friday, someone entered the home, stole a set of car keys and then stole the car.

Police said there were no signs of forced entry into the home.

The car is described as a 2018 Silver BMW X6 35i with a Virginia license plate of JPA4694.

Anyone with information about the car theft and the burglaries is asked to contact the Police Department’s Tip Line at 703-228-4180 or ACPDTipline@arlingtonva.us, or anonymously through the Arlington County Crime Solvers hotline at 1-866-411-TIPS ( 8477).


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