Vienna police have recently been called for reports of people banging on a resident’s door in the 400 block of Onondio Circle SW.
A resident reported Friday, May 31, that a stranger banged on his front door and window around 12:30 a.m. before fleeing.
“This incident has occurred multiple times in the past few weeks,” the police report said.
The resident also reported to the police Friday, May 24, that he thought that one of the people in a car that drove past his house before 9 p.m. resembled the person from the night before (May 23) who banged loudly on the front door of the home, possibly trying to gain entry around midnight.
Police said the resident opened the door, and the person ran off.
“The resident believed there may have also been two other individuals in the yard,” according to the police report. “All three fled from the area in an unknown vehicle.”
The resident told police that two other similar incidents happened during the late night and early morning hours in the past two weeks.
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