Valuables missing from home: A Northeast Avenue man told police Dec. 10 that sometime between Sept. 1 and 12, someone removed two rings valued at $400, two Sony iPods valued at $700, a leather Harley Davidson jacket valued at $500, night vision goggles valued at $550, assorted video games valued at $100 and a digital camera valued at $250 from his home.
Police seeking to arrest man who stole from business: The security officer at a South Avenue business tole police Dec. 6 he saw a man leave the store with a grocery cart filled with approximately $288 worth of groceries. According to the report, a license plate number was obtained, and it was determined the vehicles owner has been involved in theft from other area businesses. Police issued a warrant for his arrest.
Electronics taken from vehicle: A Tallmadge man told police Dec. 5 while playing basketball at the recreation center, he left his car keys unattended on Court 3. When he went to retrieve them, they were gone. According to the report, the man went to his vehicle, found the doors unlocked, his keys on the seat and a $150 GPS unit and a $500 iPhone missing from inside.
GPS unit stolen from vehicle: A Juniata Drive man told police Dec. 15 sometime overnight, someone entered his vehicle, which was parked in front of his residence, removing a $100 GPS unit from inside. According to the report, the vehicle's owner said the vehicle was locked, but that it was easy to unlock.
Juvenile caught taking cold medication: The loss prevention officer at a South Avenue business told police he saw a juvenile take six packs of cough medicine and two boxes of mints valued at $37 and attempt to leave the store without paying for the items. According to the report, police transported the juvenile home and was released to the care of his parent.