One Loudoun Burglary Suspect

Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office officials are working to identify a suspect in the July 6 burglary of an Ashburn home, and detectives are seeking potential home security surveillance video in the One Loudoun community.

The suspect, according to the sheriff's office, entered a home in the 20600 block of Exchange Street shortly after midnight on July 6 after he apparently gained access to a garage door opener from an unlocked vehicle. The suspect then opened the garage to enter the home. Inside the home, the suspect stole jewelry and a firearm. He is then seen on surveillance video leaving the residence on a bicycle taken from the home’s garage.

The victims discovered the burglary after returning home later that night.

The suspect in the case is described as a male, around 5’10” tall, and he was wearing a white pullover sweatshirt with the hood up.

Following the burglary, LCSO deputies and detectives canvassed the area in hopes of securing surveillance video.

Detectives are asking residents who live near the scene of the crime and have external cameras that have stored recordings to review the video during the time frame of 10 p.m. on July 5 to 4 a.m. on July 6.

Anyone who notices suspicious activity is asked to contact Detective M. Wealand of the LCSO Ashburn Station at 571-258-3247.


(4) comments


A bicycle, a gun & jewelry... 🙄


Looks like guns don't work to keep house safe no matter party affiliation .


The gun laws proposed by our Democratic state representatives would have stopped this of course.


So much for having a surveillance system! LOL

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