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COMMUNITY ALERT: Share this Sketch to find the Alexandria killer

COMMUNITY ALERT: Share this Sketch to find the Alexandria killer

ALEXANDRIA (WUSA9) -- Alexandria Police and WUSA9 are teaming up to share this sketch as many times as possible throughout the city and the surrounding areas.

The man in the sketch is possibly responsible for three different murders in the City of Alexandria. 

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Ballston store robbed 3 times, suspect sought


ARLINGTON, Va. (WUSA9) -- Arlington police are searching for a suspect in connection with three robberies at a Ballston convenience store.

The suspect was caught on camera using a weapon to rob the City News Gift Shop at 950 N. Stafford Street on three separate occasions, police said.

The first armed robbery took place on November 8.

The suspect entered the store at about 3:10 p.m., displayed a handgun and demanded money, police said. The suspect then fled towards Fairfax Drive. The suspect was wearing black pants and a Washington Nationals jacket layered over a red and white striped polo shirt and black hoodie, police said.

The second armed robbery took place on December 3.

Police identify victims in Arlington murder-suicide


ARLINGTON, Va. (WUSA9) -- Police have identified the two people found dead after a murder-suicide in Arlington County.

Kristy Flowers, age 31 and Ray Savoy, age 29 were found dead in an apartment building in the 1200 block of North Kensington Street Monday evening.

Investigation indicates that the two lived together in the apartment, and that Savoy shot Flowers before taking his own life, police said.

There had been no prior history of domestic violence at the address, police said.


MANASSAS CITY ‘OPERATION ROUND UP’ HELPS THOSE IN NEED with UTILITY BILLS

MANASSAS CITY ‘OPERATION ROUND UP’ HELPS THOSE IN NEED with UTILITY BILLS

Colder weather has set in and that means people are turning up their thermostats and seeing higher utility bills.  The City of Manassas’ Operation Round Up is in full force, where customers that authorize the City of Manassas to "round up" their monthly electric bill to the next higher dollar. If the bill is $73.80, it is rounded up to $74 and the extra 20 cents is contributed to the Operation Round Up® fund.  Single donations from customers are also accepted, simply by adding the additional dollars to their payment with a notice that the overpayment is for Operation Round Up. For details, go to www.manassascity.org or call 703-257-8276.

Witness reports Arlington abduction


ARLINGTON, Va. (WUSA9) -- Arlington police are investigating a possible abduction on Thanksgiving, although no missing persons reports have been filed.

It happened in the 1100 block of N. Jackson St. just before 2 p.m. on November 27.

A witness told police that she saw four men force a woman into a black Ford sedan and then flee the scene. The car was last seen heading west on Washington Blvd., according to police.

Police say the witness tried to intervene but could not stop the suspects from getting away. The witness did get the license plate, but there was no record of it. We're told the car could have been a law enforcement vehicle conducting training which mimics kidnappings.

Mom loading kids into SUV hit by drunk driver in Arlington


ARLINGTON, Va. (WUSA9) -- A mother is injured after being hit by a drunk driver Friday night in Arlington while she was putting her children into an SUV, according to Arlington police.

It happened in the 6000 block of Little Falls Road, where a similar fatal accident happened on February 24, police said.

The driver, identified as 54-year-old Susan Geigan, was intoxicated when she hit the mother, whose SUV was legally parked on the side of the road, according to police.

Geigan's vehicle spun around and came to a halt in the eastbound lanes. She is free on bond after being charged with DUI.

Police are currently working with the Department of Environmental Services section to evaluate traffic measures and to help find ways to prevent accidents happening in the area, authorities said.


METROPOLITAN SCHOOL of the ARTS’ STUDENTS AWARDED for ALL-STAR CAST

METROPOLITAN SCHOOL of the ARTS’ STUDENTS AWARDED for ALL-STAR CAST

Ben Cherington and Kylie Levy of Metropolitan School of the Arts (MSA) Performing Arts Academy of Lorton, Va. and Alexandria, Va. were recently recognized for All-Star Cast by the Virginia Theatre Association Conference for their performances in I Never Saw Another Butterfly. This was the first time Metropolitan School of the Arts had participated in the conference. Cherington, an 11th grader from Burke, Va., and Levy, a 10th grader from Fairfax, Va. are students at Metropolitan School of the Arts. For more information, go to www.metropolitanarts.org.

Metropolitan School of the Arts (MSA) also earned the 2014 Virginia Theatre Association Conference award for Best Costume Design and was recognized for Staging, as well as received an honorable mention for Best Play, I Never Saw Another Butterfly.