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    Loudoun Sheriff’s Office seeks help in identifying burglary suspect

    The Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office is asking for the public’s help to identify a possible suspect involved in a series of commercial burglaries in the Belmont Greene area.

    Since 2010, there have been multiple burglaries each year targeting businesses in the Piccadilly Plaza and surrounding areas. In most cases cash was taken from a cash register or tip jars.

    Loudoun County Sheriff’s Detectives have released several surveillance video stills to the public to help identify a suspect who is being sought for questioning in the burglaries. The most recent burglaries occurred in October 2012 where a dry cleaner and a salon were targeted. To view the images visit http://sheriff.loudoun.gov/DocumentCenter/View/214.
    Anyone with any information regarding the possible identity of the subject captured in the surveillance video should Detective N. Ferguson at .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address).

    Residents who wish to remain anonymous can call Loudoun Crime Solvers at 703-777-1919. If the information provided to Crime Solvers leads to an arrest and indictment, the caller could be eligible for a cash reward of up to $1.000.

    Comments

    Hopefully the LCSO will have the same success with this as they did with their missing K9.  How does a police K9 go missing anyway?  Isn’t it strange that they say the dog escaped from the groomer?  Wouldn’t you think that these $10,000 dogs would be in control of their handler at all times, even when not in the patrol car?  Wish the LCSO would give the public some more information about this case, I think we have a right to know.  Was the handler with the dog? Perhaps this K9 was “undercover” like the they claim the deputy who got arrested for DUI and Refusal. These kind of things seem to be happening alot lately under this new Sheriff in the LCSO and they never want to put out the facts.  Wonder whats in store next???  Can’t this Sheriff control his people???


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