Human remains found near Route 1 earlier this week could be the victim of a possible serial killer, the Fairfax County Police Department says.
Police say the remains were found Wednesday (Dec. 15) in a container near a shopping cart in the 2400 block of Fairhaven Avenue in the Alexandria area. The surrounding area is described as isolated and wooded.
Fairfax County Police Chief Kevin Davis will share details this afternoon about evidence that police have gathered suggesting the dead individual is the victim of a serial killer, with four bodies discovered across the state since August, according to a media alert.
Kelley Warner, the chief of police for the City of Harrisonburg, will also be present at the news conference, which will be held at 1:15 p.m. today (Friday) in the Public Safety Headquarters (12099 Government Center Parkway).
The conference will be livestreamed on the FCPD’s Facebook page.
The anticipated cost of renovating Patrick Henry Library has escalated in recent years, leading Fairfax County to seek a bigger contribution from the Town of Vienna.
The Vienna Town Council agreed on Monday (Dec. 4) to raise the town’s cap on funding for the new library’s construction to approximately $4.7 million — a $590,000 increase from the previous maximum set in 2020.
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