The Vienna Police Department is investigating two recent reports of stolen bicycles.
The first incident occurred between Thursday night and Friday morning (Sep.t 19-20). A Park Street SE resident reported that someone stole his bicycle from his front porch, police said.
Then on Sunday (Sept. 22) shortly before 6:30 p.m., a man parked his bicycle outside of the Exxon as 395 E. Maple Avenue while he ran in to make a purchase, police said. His bicycle was gone when he returned.
Aside from the stolen bicycles, Vienna police also responded to a report of a suspicious package that employees at Navy Federal Credit Union (820 Follin Lane SE) received in the mail on Monday (Sept. 23).
“The package was placed in a safe area, and the Fairfax County Police Bomb Squad responded to examine the package,” police said.
The bomb squad determined the package, which contained bank statements, was not a threat.
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