From Cape Story Neighborhood Watch:
The following was received Tuesday, Feb. 12 from a resident in the Landings (across Shore Dr. from the Food Lion shopping center):
A young male, 6’2 tan skin, dark black hair had his face cupped against the passenger window of a work van belonging to one of our neighbors. When our neighbor’s wife asked him if she could help him, he replied in a hostile voice, that he was looking in the mirror. He then got into his faded red Toyota Tercel, license plate (WUS —-) and struck one vehicle as he frantically left the Landings.
He then came back and threatened this young woman, yelling that he knew where she lived and that if she called the police he would be back.
…Master Police Officer Shortridge responded. The vehicle was found parked at Rite aid at Cape Henry Plaza with no occupants. The officer was diverted to other calls.
This evening, this person came back
His vehicle was seen parked behind this woman’s building and the door was ajar- no occupants. By the time that I and others were alerted, the vehicle had left. The person was then seen walking through our community and took off when someone said ” Hey, who is he? He keeps walking back and forth, I don’t know him, who is he?”
The police were notified.
Later tonight at Rite Aid, I spoke with [someone] who lives on Oak Street who described a similar situation- same vehicle, same plate, occurring between 5-530 tonight.
Please pass this info on, as the behavior of this individual is very bizarre and merits the attention of all of our residents.
The following received from the resident on Oak St.:
Today around 5:30 p.m. I noticed two older teens engaging in very suspicious behavior. They were riding in an old, faded dark red vehicle (lic. # WUS —-).
Please remember to call 911 if you see a crime in action and call 385-5000, option 1, to report crimes after they have occurred or to report any suspicious activity. Also, please call or email the NW Coordinator so crime reports and suspicious activities can be shared with all of our residents.