Regional Briefing

Sunday, July 5, 2009


Video Shows Apple Store Incident

Arlington County police continued to search for the man who shot an Apple store employee in Clarendon on Friday in a backroom while more than three dozen people were in the store, police said yesterday.

Police released a surveillance video of the incident that shows the employee, whose name was not released, at the open back door of the store about 10:15 a.m. The suspect, wearing a baseball cap, enters with a handgun and leads the employee off-camera. A second video clip shows the man carrying a gun and leaving through the back door.

The victim, 26, remained hospitalized yesterday in serious but stable condition. She has spoken with investigators but is sedated and probably will be interviewed several more times, said Detective Crystal Nosal, a police spokeswoman.

Police described the suspect as an African American male in his 20s or 30s, 5-foot-7 to 6 feet tall and with a medium build. He might have facial hair. He left the area on foot and was wearing a light-colored, short-sleeve shirt, light-colored pants and a dark cap with lettering.

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-- Jonathan Mummolo


Cheverly Man Shot, Killed at Home

A Cheverly resident who had returned home from a neighborhood basketball court was shot and killed in front of his house yesterday, according to neighbors and authorities.

Prince George's County police said the shooting occurred about 5: 15 p.m. in the 6100 block of Kilmer Street.

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