Prince William Police are searching for two male suspects for burglarizing two shopping centers, Monday morning, one in Dumfries and another in Woodbridge.
Prince William Police Officers responded to the Lake Montclair Center located in the 5100 block of Waterway Drive in Dumfries (22025) to investigate multiple burglaries or burglary attempts to businesses, August 2 at 8:45 a.m.
The investigation revealed that between 6:30 a.m. and 8 a.m., two suspects either forced entry or attempted to force entry through the rear doors of approximately five businesses in the shopping center: the Animated Child Day Care, Subway, Vivian’s Nail Salon, the Framing Outlet, and the Tae Kwon Do Martial Arts studio.
Miscellaneous property was reported missing from the Framing Outlet while no property was reported missing from the Tae Kwon Do studio. A backpack reported missing from the day care center was recovered nearby. No entry is believed to have been made into the Subway or Vivian’s Nail Spa.
Suspect #1 is a young white male, tall and thin. He is described as wearing a black hoodie with a NY Knicks logo on the front, NYC written on the left sleeve, medium-colored ripped jeans, and light blue sneakers.
Suspect #2 appears to be a young man, thin, with olive skin tone. He is wearing a black hoodie with light graphics on the front “Tokyo Vibes Worldwide,” and “Tokyo” written on the left sleeve. He was wearing black Adidas track pants, dark shoes with red soles.
“Upon reviewing video surveillance, the suspects matched the description of two men involved in an earlier burglary at Cheshire Station Plaza,” said 1st Sgt. Jonathan Perok.
Prince William Officers responded to the World Nails & Day Spa located at 4151 Cheshire Station Plaza in Woodbridge (22193) to investigate a burglary at 8:35 a.m., Monday.
The business owner reported to police that at approximately 7 a.m., two men forcibly entered the business through a rear door and removed the ATM containing an undisclosed amount of money.
During a canvass of the shopping center, a neighboring business, the GNC store, was found to have sustained damage from an attempted burglary.
No entry was made in the GNC store, and no property was reported missing.
“The suspects matched the description of two men involved in multiple commercial burglaries reported at the Lake Montclair Center later that morning,” Perok said.
Anyone with information regarding the incidents listed in this report is asked to contact the Prince William County Police Department tipline at 703.792.7000 or submit a webtip to: pwcva.gov/policetip.