Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office seeks victims of jewelry thefts
The Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office is seeking potential victims after deputies recovered a large amount of jewelry from two suspects involved in a rash of burglaries in Northern Virginia.
Alicia E. Johnson and Ruby Y. Johnson, both of Prince William County, were apprehended Nov. 19 in Leesburg on charges stemming from burglaries in Prince William County. They are being held at the Prince William County Adult Detention Center.
In their possession at the time of their arrest were numerous pieces of jewelry (see the items at http://www.sheriff.loudoun.gov/jewelry).
Some of the pieces are believed to have been stolen during burglaries and/or larcenies from vehicles in the Loudoun County area. The thefts are believed to have occurred in the area of the Estates at Shenstone Farm and the surrounding area in Leesburg. The two were possibly driving a 1997 Silver Acura at the time of the thefts.
If you can identify any of the items as belonging to you, contact Detective C. Staub at 703-737-8757.
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