Fairfax Police: Plants Swiped From Tysons Area Residences, Business

Plants have been reported stolen around the Tysons area three times this month, according to the Fairfax County Police Department.

The first report showed up in the Aug. 1 daily crime recap. Police said a cellphone and plant were stolen from a Falls Church home in the 2800 block of Bolling Road.

Several weeks passed and then the Tuesday (Aug. 27) recap said that plants were swiped from a Merrifield residence in the 8100 block of Lee Hwy.

The Wednesday (Aug. 28) recap said plants were taken from a McLean business in the 6800 block of Elm Street.

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