Spotsylvania Crime Solvers is seeking information on the following crimes:

  • Unit block Timberland Drive, robbery, between May 2, 9:29 p.m. and May 3, 12:29 a.m., three males exited a black SUV, and the victim was knocked to the ground; one male took the victim’s shoes, valued at $27, and a phone charger. One male carried a baseball bat but did not strike the victim. CFS 19-38807
  • 7-11 Stores, 5409 Mudd Tavern Road, robbery, on May 5, at 11:34 p.m., a white male entered the store, showed a handgun and demanded money. The cashier gave the suspect $100, and the suspect exited and ran toward the car wash. He is described as 5’10”, 160 pounds, dirty blond or light brown hair, wearing a gray hat, a two-tone gray jacket, blue jogging pants and a blue bandana covering his face. CFS 19-39798
  • 5100 block Signal Corps Drive, breaking and entering, on May 5, between 9:15 and 9:33 p.m., someone broke into the residence through the garage while the victim and other family members were there. The parent went to investigate a door opening. The victim checked the garage, and the suspect was gone. Nothing was missing. CFS 19-39767
  • Extreme PowerSports, breaking and entering, 4106 Lafayette Blvd., on May 4, between 4:55 and 5:01 a.m., unknown persons broke the front door glass and stole five cycles. 1) green Kawasaki KLX 110 youth dirt bike valued at $5,000, 2) 2019 orange and white KTM 65SX youth dirt bike valued at $5,999.99, 3) orange and white 2019 KTM 250SX-F full-size dirt bike valued at $8,999.99, 4) orange and white 2019 DTM 140SX full-size dirt bike valued at $7,999.99, and 5) 2019 KTM 250SX full-size dirt bike valued at $8,999.99. The cycles were chained, and the suspects cut the chains. The stolen bikes were loaded on to a white commuter type van, and six persons are seen on the video. Another bike was left outside in front of the building. CFS 19-39262
  • 6400 block Towles Mill Road, stolen vehicle, between May 1, 6 p.m. and May 2, 4:29 a.m., the victim parked the vehicle at the residence with the keys and doors unlocked, and someone stole the vehicle. In the vehicle was sports equipment valued at $300, a brown leather wallet, the victim’s Virginia driver’s license, a Navy Federal Credit Union debit card, a check and $6. CFS 19-38512
  • Pohanka, 5200 Jefferson Davis Highway, petit larceny from building, on May 2, while the victim’s vehicle was being serviced, someone took a wallet containing $300 from inside the car. The wallet was found in the bay without the money. CFS 19-38640
  • Wal-Mart, 10001 Southpoint Parkway, petty larceny shoplift, on May 3, between 3:09 and 3:32 p.m., a female scanned four calculators using four pizza containers under the calculators so the scanner would scan the pizzas and not the calculators. The suspect was stopped at the front exit. She dropped the bag containing the contents and ran to an older Cadillac Escalade. She is white, 5-8”, 211 pounds and has green eyes and brown hair. Value of the calculators is $100 each. CFS 19-39073
  • 300 block Green Arbor Drive, petit larceny from automobile, between May 1, 8 p.m. and May 3, 4 a.m., someone entered the unlocked 2012 Dodge Ram that was parked in the driveway of the residence. A pair of sun glasses, a checkbook and a green backpack were taken. Combined value of the items taken is $300. CFS 19-38899
  • 8900 block Sunnybrooke Farm Road, petit larceny from automobile, between April 30, 6 a.m. and May 1, 8 p.m., the victim fueled the white Chevrolet Colorado with $40 of gasoline. On the next day the tank was empty. CFS 19-38621
  • 11600 block Summerfield Court, petit larceny from automobile, between May 3, 11 p.m. and May 4, 2:13 a.m., the victim placed $320 in the center console and left the vehicle unlocked. When the victim noticed the inside car light was on and went checking, the contents were scattered inside of the vehicle and $260 was missing. CFS 19-39238
  • 7900 block Billy Marrs Drive, between May 3, 8 p.m. and May 4, 3:58 p.m., someone stole the license plate from the rear of the 2007 Toyota Rav hatchback. Registration value is $50. CFS 19-39414
  • 11700 block Barker Court, petit larceny other, on May 3, between 2:50 and 7:30 p.m., someone stole a package from the front door of the residence. A tenant saw a white female, 25- to 30-years old, with light red shoulder-length hair and wearing a white top with spaghetti lace and gray sweat pants take the package. CFS 19-39173
  • 11200 block Wedgemere Court, defraud innkeeper, on May 4, between 2:25 and 2:38 a.m., the cab driver drove a male to 11200 block. The passenger “spoke” by phone with his mother for the money to pay the fare outside of a residence, and the driver held the suspect’s phone. No one came to the door, and thesuspect did not knock. He asked for the phone to call again, and when the driver gave him the phone the suspect ran away. The fare amount is $37. CFS 19-39253
  • 300 block Hardee Street, fraud, on May 3, between 6 a.m. and 7 p.m., someone used the victim’s Union Bank and Trust checking account to withdraw $480. CFS 19-39439
  • 200 block Hampton Drive, fraud, on May 6, at 9 a.m., the victim received a call from a person claiming to work for the Social Security Administration. The caller said the resident is a victim of a money laundering investigation, and the victim’s account would be seized. The caller instructed the victim to withdraw the cash and purchase Target gift cards. The victim purchased three cards, and loaded $950 in each and then gave the card numbers to the S.S.A. caller as instructed. CFS 19-40241
  • 900 block Stonewall Lane, on May 7, between 2:50 and 3:36 p.m., the victim received a $2,950 check and instructions to cash it immediately, deposit it and go to Wal-Mart to purchase five Wal-Mart cards for $300 each. The victim contacted the bank and cancelled the rest of the instructions. The check was not valid. CFS 19-40380
  • 7500 block Laura Lane, on May 2, between 7 a.m. and 6:30 p.m., someone threw an object at a window located in front near the entrance of the residence. Property value is $150. CFS 19-38753
  • 11700 block Newbury Court, on May 6, between 3:30 and 5:01 p.m., someone took a statue of an owl from the front yard and broke it on the sidewalk. Suspect is a juvenile male and female who were in the area at that time. The statue is valued at $30. CFS 19-40025

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