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Falls Church Police Investigating Jewelry Store Burglary

City of Falls Church police are looking for the burglar(s) who sawed into a jewelry store’s safe.

“At this time, it appears one or more suspects broke into the vacant store at 1118 W. Broad Street (formerly Apple Federal Credit Union), entered the adjacent Yassini Jewelry store (1120 W. Broad Street) by breaking through the cinderblock wall, gained entry into the store safe with a saw, then fled the scene,” Clare Casey, a spokesperson for the City of Falls Church, told Tysons Reporter.

The incident occurred shortly before 10:30 a.m. yesterday (Monday, Nov. 26).

“It is unknown the items taken or the estimated value at this time,” Casey added. “Police do not have a description of the suspect(s), and there are no surveillance photos or video available at this time.”

Anyone who might have information about the burglary is asked to contact the police at 703-248-5053.

Hat tip to Bob M.

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