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Friday, February 20, 2015

Robbery at knifepoint in Culmore



Four men were robbed in front of an apartment on the 6000 block of Knollwood Drive in the Culmore area at about 11:11 p.m. on Feb. 13, the Fairfax County Police Department reports. They were approached by three men. The suspects produced a knife, demanded property, took cash and items, and fled on foot. There were no injuries.

All three suspects were described as Hispanic. One was about 15 years old, wearing camouflaged pants, and carrying a backpack. Another suspect was described 16 years of age and was wearing a black mask, and the third was about 20 years old and was wearing a red bandana across his face, a navy blue jacket, and black pants.

Anyone with information is encouraged to contact Crime Solvers, 866-411-TIPS/8477, text “TIP187” plus your message to CRIMES/274637, or call Fairfax County Police, 703-691-2131.


12 comments:

  1. UGH! Darn that entire area. I wish it would just disappear.

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    1. Don't worry, it'll be another little Mosaic District soon enough - pushing the poverty and it's attendant problems out to I-95 and leaving other mayonnaise lovers such as yourself wondering what happened.

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    2. If our current leadership has its way, the culmore model will be expanded district-wide. Import poverty, import more votes!

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  2. Return the SOBs to an internment camp where they may get some training and discipline on how to be civil humans. And while you are at it, scoop up the entire Culmore community and return it to sender.

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    1. I hear that the person planning to run against Penny for supervisor is going to hire a trucking company to pack up Culmore during the night and return them to sender. Is this a rumor or have I been dreaming?

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  3. > There were no injuries.

    Were they ... returned to sender?

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  4. the amount of Racism is AMAZING!

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    1. Would it be racist to ask for these items for a food drive?
      "Suggested items include small bags of dried red and black beans, brown and white rice, cereal, canned meats, crackers, cookies, soups, sugar, flour, and masa flour"

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    2. what the blazes are you even talking about 2:45

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  5. Just because someone is poor ,does not mean they are dishonest.There are many good people in Culmore as well,who would like to have a better community without the trouble.Low income does not mean that you are not a good person.Culmore is not the only area that has robberies .Nor are low income areas the only places where crimes occur.

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    1. Then I suggest you sell your fancy house and move in with them!

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  6. in order to comment as other than anonymous, I'd need to set up an account with an alias. Sounds like more trouble than it's worth to answer someone's asinine comments

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