At 11:46 a.m. April 30 at the Fairfax Racquet Club, the owners of two cars reported that sometime after 10 a.m., their cards were broken into and purses were stolen.
Also April 30, at 3:45 p.m., a victim reported that someone had broken into a car in the parking lot in the Fairfax High School parking lot sometime during the school day between 7 a.m. and 3:30 p.m.
Other incidents recently reported by the Fairfax City Police Department:
10376 Fairfax Boulevard / Patriot’s Café – On May 2 at 12:06 PM an employee reported that on April 25 unknown person(s) had stolen her tablet computer from a cabinet while she was working.
10570 Main Street / Mosby Green Condominiums – On May 2 at 4:00 PM the victim reported that he had received a telephone call from an unknown male subject claiming to be from the Internal Revenue Service and stating that the victim owed back taxes from 2006 and needed to pay in cash immediately. The victim was instructed to obtain money cards and call back with the numbers. The victim did so and then was told there would be additional fees, at which point he called police.
10300 Main Street / TJ Maxx – On May 3 at 4:53 PM an employee reported that sometime after 8:45 AM unknown person(s) had stolen her car keys from her purse which had been left in the employee lounge and then used the keys to unlock her parked vehicle, from which several items were taken.
10145 Fairfax Boulevard / 7-Eleven – On May 3 at 11:08 PM an employee reported that an unknown male subject had thrown a full beverage bottle on the floor, causing it to break and then pushed another bottle, which did not break, on the floor. The subject then left the area on a bicycle.
9865 Fairfax Boulevard / Anchorage Motel – On May 4 at 9:29 AM the owner reported that employees had discovered an unknown male subject and his dog in a room which had not been rented and called police. The subject and dog left the area prior to the arrival of officers.
This information is provided by the Fairfax City Police Department. Where an arrest is mentioned, it does not indicate a conviction. See more information at Fairfax City Police online.