Do you live in Manassas Park, Yorkshire or Centreville and never received an expected package? Manassas Park police may have it.

After being identified through security video this week, police say a Manassas man admitted to stealing multiple packages from porches on the west side of Manassas Park as well as Yorkshire in Prince William County and Centreville in Fairfax.

On Monday, Jan. 28, Manassas Park police were called to the 300 block of Moseby Court for a report of a package stolen from outside a home. Security camera footage led police to a suspect in the case, city police said in a news release.

Officers made contact with the suspect, who admitted his involvement in the Moseby Court theft and turned over stolen items, the release said.

During the course of the investigation, additional victims were found, leading police to serve a search warrant at the suspect’s home. There, the man admitted to stealing packages and officers seized several items believed to be stolen from around the area, including books, boots and electronics, according to police.

Alejandro Tover of the 8900 block of Rugby Road in Manassas was charged with four counts of petty larceny, identity theft, three counts of possession of a stolen credit card and possession of a schedule II drug, police said.

Call Manassas Park police at 703-361-1136 if you recognize any of the stolen property in the evidence photo.

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(6) comments

Villanueva

Why don't you show a picture of the pirate?

Brad

Likely because they are trying to be politically correct as usual. Real journalism has died.

ghambrick Staff
ghambrick

We posted the picture. If you click the button in the top right of the photo, you can see what he looks like. The priority in this story is to get the picture of what was stolen out to the public.

Brad

Thanks. IMO the criminals photo should be first and foremost.

rickyraccoon

It's there. Click the arrow on the photo. Should we expect an apology for the "real journalism" remark from "Brad?"

Brad

Likely just another one of 0bama's illegals doing good deeds in the community.

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