Prince William County Police responded to three burglaries in the Woodbridge area recently, according to spokesman Jonathan Perok.
Officers responded Saturday night to a commercial building in the 12600 block of Lake Ridge Drive due to an alarm. They arrived to find that a rear window had been broken and a door was unsecured, according to Perok.
No suspects were located and a laptop valued at $800 was reported missing.
Earlier that same night, officers responded to the 16900 block of Point Pleasant Lane in regards to a burglary. The homeowner told police that someone had forced their way into the home sometime between Friday night and 6 p.m. Saturday.
It's believed the unknown burglars entered the house through an unsecured door. Missing items included a handgun and a gaming console and games, valued at $640.
At 12:46 a.m. Saturday, police responded to the 11800 block of Antietam Drive due to a burglary call. The incident likely took place between six hours on Friday night.
The burglars appeared to have entered through a basement window found open. A laptop valued at $1,000 was reported missing.