Jewelry Stolen in Tysons-Area Home Burglary

(Updated 2 p.m.) Police are still looking for two men who broke into a home in the Courthouse Station neighborhood in Tysons around 1:30 p.m. on Tuesday (Jan. 29).

According to a crime report:

The victim was at home when he heard several loud noises followed by glass breaking. The victim remained in an upstairs bedroom and saw two males running from his home just prior to police arrival. One was described as wearing a black fleece, black pants and a grey cap.

According to the report, an investigation after the fact revealed that several items of jewelry had been stolen.

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