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Vienna Police Receive Report of Man Taking Photos of Women at Cafe

Vienna police received a report of a man allegedly taking pictures of women sneakily at Caffe Amouri last week.

The incident occurred between 10 a.m.-noon last Thursday, Sept. 26.

A person at the cafe reported to police on Friday, Sept. 27, that she saw a man taking pictures of women in and around the cafe and would hide the camera if anyone seemed to notice him, according to the police report.

“The citizen reported the man to employees,” police said. “The owner of the café was alerted to the man’s behavior; he watched the man and confirmed the citizen’s account.”

The man left after the owner told him that he could not take pictures inside the cafe, police said.

Inside a separate incident, Vienna police are looking for the three men who allegedly stole money from the Subway at 222 W. Maple Avenue last Friday night.

“On September 28, the manager reported that on the previous day, three men entered the restaurant, distracted the employee and took US currency,” police said.

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