Rash of vehicle break-ins reported in Fluvanna

One car stolen

Press Release

The Fluvanna County Sheriff’s Office is requesting the assistance of the community with information related to a rash of vehicle break-ins and thefts that occurred in the early morning of Tuesday, May 17. 

The break-ins appeared to be concentrated to the Lake Monticello area of Jefferson Drive between the Slice and Riverside Gates as well as in the Sycamore Square Subdivision.

The Fluvanna County Sheriff’s Office and the Lake Monticello Police Department have received approximately 20 separate reports for vehicles being entered, rummaged through with multiple items stolen. A vehicle was also stolen from Lake Monticello and subsequently recovered in Sycamore Square. The Sheriff’s Office is the lead investigating agency.

It is believed these break-ins occurred between the hours of 2:30 a.m. and 5 a.m. on May17.

Surveillance videos in the area appear to show two different subjects; one in dark clothing with their face covered, and one in light clothing with a hood and wearing a backpack. These subjects are believed to be involved.

The Sheriff’s Office is requesting that if anyone in the area has home surveillance cameras, to please review the videos for suspicious activity. If you have any information or video footage, please contact the Fluvanna County Sheriff’s Office. Even if you believe the footage is insignificant it may help us with timelines or to validate other tips. 

Tips can be called in to the sheriff’s office non-emergency phone number, 434-589-8211, and can be made anonymously.

Also, this serves as an important reminder to always lock your vehicles and remove valuables whenever you park your car, even at your own home. Most thieves are opportunistic and unlocked vehicles in population-dense subdivisions make for easy targets.

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