Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office Deputies responded to three armed robberies April 15 — two of which happened in hotels.
First, around 2:15 a.m., LCSO responded to the Comfort Inn Hotel in Sterling for a report of a robbery. The victim said that they opened the hotel room door and a male suspect forcefully entered the room and took the victim’s cellphone. The victim tried to get the phone back and struggled with the suspect. The suspect ran away and the victim was treated for minor injuries at the scene, LCSO officials said.
The victim described the suspect as a white, heavy set man with curly brown hair, a mustache and beard, wearing a navy top, shorts and socks, in his late 20’s to early 30’s. LCSO Public Information Officer Kraig Troxell said.
Later, deputies responded to another robbery call around 3 a.m. in the 21000 block of Lowry Park Terrace in Ashburn. The victim told deputies he was robbed by four men he knew, approximately 30 minutes before LCSO was called. The suspects took the victim’s wallet then fled the scene.
Around 7:30 p.m. LCSO responded to call about a third robbery at the Suburban Extended Stay Hotel in Sterling. The victim reported that answering the hotel room door and two unknown men entering, with one brandishing a knife and demanding money. The suspects stole the victim’s cellphone and fled the scene in a silver car.
One of the suspects related to the Suburban Extended Stay robbery was described as a black man, about 6’ tall and wearing black clothing with workout pants with a stripe down the side. The second subject was described as a white man wearing a white shirt.