UPDATE: Arrest Made in VCU Auto Theft

UPDATE: Arrest Made in VCU Auto Theft

The stolen vehicle is a white 2013 Ford CMAX with Va. License plate VWU7665.

Update:

On Jan. 1, 2019, VCU Police issued a crime alert regarding a vehicle stolen from the D Deck parking facility (515 N. 13th Street) on the MCV Campus.

Using VCU’s security camera system, VCU Police detectives were able to identify, locate and arrest a suspect earlier today.

Image description: J-Ahlon M. Haynes, 18, of Richmond, VA (Arrest photo)

The VCU Police Department is charging J-Ahlon M. Haynes, 18, of Richmond VA, with one count of motor vehicle theft (a felony). Haynes is not affiliated with Virginia Commonwealth University or VCU Health. The VCU Police Department is continuing its investigation.

 

Originally posted 1/2/18 VCU Alert:

Reported offense: On January 1, 2019 at 8:00pm, VCU Police received a report of auto theft that occurred on the 4th level of the VCU D-Deck (515 N. 13th Street). VCU Police is leading the investigation. VCU Police and VCU Parking Security are increasing patrols of the area.

Brief description of how the crime took place: The victim reported that an unknown person removed his vehicle from the location where it was parked between 6:00am and 7:55pm.

The vehicle is described as a white 2013 Ford CMAX with Va. License plate VWU7665.

Suspect/s: No description currently available.

Investigating agency: VCU Police are leading the investigation.

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