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It was exactly six months ago that police discovered the murder of 19-year-old Vanessa Pham, a graduate of Madison High School in Vienna, Va., and a freshman at Savannah College of Art and Design in Georgia.
RATTS, or Retail Anti-Theft Teams, have recovered thousands of dollars worth of stolen cologne, perfume, clothing, iPhones and much more from organized bands of out-of-state thieves who are targeting area stores on both sides of the Potomac River.
Virginia legislators will consider new rules governing police officers' use of sirens, following a 2008 incident in which a woman was struck and killed by a police cruiser.
Typically, there's a jump in packages stolen from doorsteps during the holidays.
Anyone with information should call the police non-emergency number at (703) 691-2131. Anonymous callers are also welcomed.
Police have not said what may have motivated a grandmother to allegedly toss her granddaughter off a mall walkway at Tysons Corner Center.
Fairfax County Police tell ABC 7 they were investigating deplorable conditions at the home, which was involved with a cat foster care program.
Montgomery County Police have arrested a man they believe is responsible for a series of burglaries in Potomac and Fairfax County.
The suspect led Fairfax County Police on a foot chase and on a car chase that ended with police shooting him near a Falls Church shopping Center.
WTOP's Adam Tuss accompanies Fairfax County Police as an officer looks for distracted drivers.