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Monday, January 13, 2020

Police investigating break-in at the JCC

The Pozez JCC. [Washington Jewish Week]
Two men broke into and stole property from the Pozez Jewish Community Center at 8900 Little River Turnpike shortly before midnight on Jan. 12, the Fairfax County Police Department reports.

Both suspects are described as 28 to 35 years old and between 5 feet nine inches and six feet tall. They might have been driving a silver mid to late-2000s Dodge Caravan.

“According to the initial assessment by Fairfax County Police, there is no indication that the break-in was motivated by anti-Semitism,” JCC Executive Director Jeff Dannick states. The center is closed Jan. 13 to facilitate the investigation.

Ayala [FCPD]
Community members saw a group of men pulling on car door handles in the 7500 block of Parkwood Court, Bailey’s Crossroads, at 12:25 a.m. on Jan. 12. Officers found three people near a stolen 2012 Toyota Camry. The group tried to run away but were arrested.

Jonathan Santos Ayala, 18, of Falls Church, was arrested on an outstanding warrant for failure to appear on a misdemeanor charge. Additional charges and charges for two juveniles are pending further investigation.

In other crime news, someone broke into and stole merchandise from the MVC adult entertainment store at 5625 Leesburg Pike at about 6:35 a.m. on Jan. 11.

There was a robbery at the Virginia ABC store in the Bradlick Shopping Center in Annandale on Jan. 10. Four people entered the store at about 5 p.m., threatened the clerk with a knife, and stole merchandise. The suspects are described as two black men and two black women.

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