String of Thefts From Cars Reported

Cleveland Heights Police are investigating the thefts from a Cleveland Heights street.

The Cleveland Heights Police Department supplied the following information. 

Residents saw a string of thefts from their vehicles last week.

Four residents reported thefts from or damage to their cars as they were parked near Noble Road and Monticello Boulevard Thursday morning, Nov. 29.

The thefts were reported at the following addresses: 

  • 2300 block of Noble Road
  • 2400 block of Noble Road
  • 2600 block of Noble Road
  • 3900 block of Elmwood Road

Three cars had items stolen and one car had damage. All were reported to police between 7 and 8 a.m.

For questions about this blotter, email Nikki.Ferrell@patch.com.

Christine Johnson December 08, 2012 at 08:48 PM
People, this is 2012. The articles repeatedly report that valuables were taken from unlocked cars. Why are you so naive to continue leaving your cars unlocked as well as leaving valuables inside of your car? The www.clevelandheights.com has some tips on safety and how to avoid crime. Check it out. Where's Michelle?
too2blonde December 12, 2012 at 10:14 AM
They are probably the 3 pieces of ghetto trash that did the same in Twinsburg only the Twinsburg Police caught them.


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