Cash stolen from business: An employee of a Midway Plaza business told police Dec. 25 that sometime between 8 a.m. and 7:30 p.m., someone pried open the door at the rear of the building, removing $2,658 in cash and damaging a door and two drawers. Damage was estimated at $240.
Akron women caught taking merchandise: Police issued a summons for theft to a 41-year-old Akron woman Dec. 26 after the loss prevention officer at a South Avenue business told police they had detained a shoplifting suspect. According to the report, she was observed exiting the store without $197 worth of items in a grocery cart. She was advised not to return to the store.
Police also issued a summons for theft to a 63-year-old Akron woman Dec. 27 after a loss prevention officer at a South Avenue business told police she attempted to leave the store without paying for $75 worth of merchandise.
Tools missing from rental home: A Uniontown man told police Dec. 20 that tools stored in a Northwest Avenue home he owns and rents have been turning up missing. According to the report, missing are a $300 backpack leaf blower, a $300 ladder, a $250 drill, a $360 electric meter and miscellaneous hand tools valued at $400. The detective bureau is following up.
Tallmadge man caught taking cosmetics, jewelry: Police issued a summons for theft to a 19-year-old Tallmadge man Dec. 24 after the loss prevention officer at a South Avenue business told police she saw the man take a bag of miscellaneous cosmetics and jewelry valued at $122 and a $60 remote starter and leave the store without rendering payment. He was advised not to return to the store.
Ring discovered missing from apartment: A South Avenue woman told police Dec. 23 that sometime between Dec. 8 and 19, someone removed a $1,400 white gold and sapphire ring from her apartment.
Rifle taken from garage: A Maple Street man told police Dec. 28 that sometime within the past six months, someone took a $200 rifle from his attached garage.
Vehicle's window broken: An Akron man told police Dec. 27 that sometime between 8:45 and 10:45 p.m., someone broke out the window of his father's vehicle which was parked on the west side of 10 Tallmadge Circle. According to the report, nothing had been removed from inside the vehicle. Damage was estimated at $200.