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Burglars in Fairfax County have expensive taste

Police say the 19 burglaries over the past several months in the West Springfield/Fairfax Station area could be related with some brazen break-ins occurring in broad daylight and thieves walking away with as much as $110,000 worth of property in one incident.

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