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Police investigate break-in at St. Benedict Monastery on Linton Hall Rd.

Burglary to a Place of Worship – On March 29 at 9:26AM, officers responded to the St. Benedict Monastery located at 9535 Linton Hall Rd. in Bristow (20136) to investigate a burglary.

The caller reported to police that sometime between 10:30PM on March 28 and 8:30AM on March 29, the rear sliding glass door was shattered to one of the barns on the property. Damage included use of fire extinguishers inside the barn. An additional barn was also entered without force and additional damage was reported. No property was reported missing.

Commercial Burglary suspect wore purple & yellow facemask – On March 31 at 2:55AM, officers responded to the Valero service station, located at 13295 Trowbridge Dr. in Woodbridge (22192) to investigate an alarm. The investigation revealed that two unknown suspects used rocks to shatter the glass panel of the front door to make entry inside the business. A police K-9 searched the surrounding area for the suspects who were not located. Money and tobacco products were reported missing.

Suspect Descriptions:
A male, last seen wearing a yellow and purple facemask, black long sleeved shirt and a black short-sleeved shirt, black sweat pants, gray Adidas sneakers and a single strap black backpack.
A male, last seen wearing a gray jacket, yellow and gray gloves, black track pants, black and white Nike sneakers and a white backpack.

Commercial Burglary at Hooters – On March 29 at 8:24AM, officers responded to the Hooters located at 2630 Prince William Pkwy. In Woodbridge (22192) to investigate a burglary. The investigation revealed that the burglary occurred sometime between 1:30AM and 8:00AM. Entry was made into the business through the rear door. An undisclosed amount of money was reported missing.

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