Jon Burkett will have more on this story on CBS 6 News at 11 p.m.PETERSBURG, Va. — Petersburg police say right around 7:30 Thursday night, a man seen in a surveillance picture wearing grey sweatpants and a black bandana over his face, walked in to the Dollar General off South Crater Road and acted like he was shopping. “There were customers inside during the time of the robbery,” said Petersburg Police Lt. Emanuel Chambliss.
HENRICO COUNTY, Va. — A Henrico man says a thief who keeps targeting his business is threatening his livelihood after stealing thousands of dollarsâ€™ worth of tools over the last couple months. David Moore says whoever the thief is, he knows the area of eastern Henrico well. In recent weeks Moore has seen $4,000 worth of tools disappear. But now he’s fighting back. For Moore, taking inventory of his tools after the guy seen in surveillance video shows up at his East End property is getting old.
CHESTERFIELD COUNTY, Va. â€“ A woman is recovering after shots were fired Friday night in the Matoaca area of Chesterfield County, Crime Insider sources tell Jon Burkett. Police say the shooting happened in the 20000 block of Glenlivet Court. Crime Insider sources tell Burkett that a woman at the home was hit by a bullet. She suffered non-life-threatening injuries. Forensic officers were back on scene Saturday looking for shell casings and evidence.
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