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County police investigate commercial burglaries; religious statue missing after residential burglary

Commercial Burglary – Today, Monday, April 5, 2021,  at 2:40AM, officers responded to the TitleMax located at 3930 Prince William Pkwy. in Woodbridge (22192) to investigate an alarm activation. Upon arrival, officers observed the front glass door was shattered. The investigation revealed that entry was made into the business through the front door. A computer monitor was reported missing.

Commercial Burglaries – On April 2 at 9:00AM, officers responded to Barakah Butcher Shop located 7225 Centreville Rd. in Manassas (20111) to investigate a burglary. The business owner reported to police that upon arriving at the store that morning, they observed the front glass door shattered. The investigation revealed that entry into the business was made through the damaged front door. A cash register and an undisclosed amount of money were reported missing.

While investigating, officers observed the front glass door to an adjacent business, the Arcadia Smoke & Vape Tobacco Shop, was also damaged. The investigation into the second business revealed that no entry was made into the store.

Residential Burglary – On April 2 at 12:22AM, officers responded to a residence located in the 3000 block of Bridgeton Ct. in Woodbridge (22192) to investigate a burglary. The home- owner reported to police that the burglary occurred sometime between 9:45AM and 9:00PM. The investigation revealed that entry was made into the home through a basement window which was found damaged. Jewelry, a firearm, and a religious statue were reported missing.

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