Curiously within Oak Hill during the same week, there were two incidents of purses stolen from residences, both in the early morning hours, one day apart, as reported to Fairfax County police:
BURGLARY, 12500 block of Manderley Way, 2/19/12, early morning hours. The homeowner
reported a purse stolen.
BURGLARY, 13300 block of Glen Taylor Lane, 2/20/12, early morning hours. The homeowner
reported a purse and wallet stolen.
A recap of local crime incidents recently, while most of the rest of the county is quiet:
- 13300 Tuckaway Drive, 2/8/12, 10:30 a.m. The victim reported someone entered her home and stole jewelry. There was damage to the front door.
- 2700 block of Equus Court, 2/7/12, after 10 p.m.. The 21-year-old victim reported that someone entered his home, destroyed his television, and took his laptop computer.
- 12700 block of Pond Crest Lane, 2/6/12, about midnight. A woman was awakened by a noise in her laundry room. She let her two dogs out of her bedroom; they growled at someone in the laundry room who immediately left the house. Nothing was taken.
This pattern suggests a single criminal is at work in our neighborhood. If you have information about any of these crimes or see suspicious events please report them to Fairfax County police Fair Oaks station at 703-591-0966.