Police: Vienna Resident Reports Alleged Fraud by Piano Teacher

A Vienna resident reported alleged fraud by their son’s piano teacher to the Vienna Police Department.

The alleged fraud took place between March 8 and June 13 in the 200 block of Battle Street SW, according to police.

More from the Vienna Police Department:

A resident hired a piano instructor for their son and provided the man with their credit card information to pay for the lessons. The man began making unauthorized charges on the credit account. Arrangements were made between the resident and the man to pay back the unauthorized charges, but he has not yet complied with those arrangements.

In a separate incident, a Vienna resident in the 300 block of Nutley Street SW reported that she heard a knock at her front door around midnight on Friday, July 19. “When she looked at her security camera, she observed an unknown man steal the wreath from her door,” police said.

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