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Arrests made in series of larceny from vehicle incidents in Hanover

Posted by Terry Alexander - email

HANOVER, VA (WWBT) - A 20-year-old Hanover Man is sitting behind bars on 21 larceny charges, 1 arson, and 3 credit card charges related to larcenies from vehicles.

The Hanover Sheriff's Office say Thomas Globig has been stealing from people's unlocked cars since February.

They say the larcenies took place in neighborhoods such as Ashland Heights, Cedarlea, Atlee Ridge, Grand Hickory, and Fox Head.

Globig was identified as a possible suspect in larceny from vehicle cases and was subsequently observed entering several unlocked vehicles in Henrico County in the early morning hours of August 15 by Hanover County Sheriff's Office Investigators.

Globig was then stopped in the area of Chamberlayne Road at the Henrico-Hanover County line. The ongoing investigation has lead to the aforementioned charges. Other charges in Henrico County are also pending.

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