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Dodge stolen twice from Tysons auto dealership in 48 hours

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A burglar broke into a Tysons auto dealership to steal the same car twice over 48 hours, according to police.

A 2021 Dodge Durango was first stolen at 4 a.m. on September 12 from the dealership at 1592 Spring Hill Road. The car was later recovered from another jurisdiction and returned to the dealership.

Two days after the initial burglary the same car was stolen again, according to the Fairfax County Police Department.

“Detectives from our auto crime environment unit have been assigned to this investigation,” said Sgt. Lane Hamilton.

Preliminarily, police believe one individual is behind the burglaries.

There are several auto dealerships located on Spring Hill Road. The police department did not disclose exactly which dealership was burglarized.

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