Man Allegedly Hiding Stolen Merchandise Arrested at Tysons Corner Center

(Updated at 2 p.m.) Fairfax County Police arrested a man at the Bloomingdales in the Tysons Corner Center mall last Friday (Dec. 21) after officers allegedly discovered stolen merchandise concealed under his clothes.

“Officers were called to the store for a man was concealing merchandise,” FCPD said in a crime report. “Officers found numerous additional items in the man’s jacket, waistband, and backpack. Also found in his backpack were wire cutting tools and drug paraphernalia.

“Quynh Tran, 45, of Maryland, was charged with grand larceny, receiving stolen goods, and possession of burglarious tools,” the crime report continues. “Additional charges are pending.”

It was a busy couple days for FCPD in Tysons Corner Center. The day before, two women were arrested in the mall for credit card theft.

Photo via FCPD

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