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Equipment stolen from business: The owner of a Crystal Parkway business told police Jan. 11 that sometime overnight, someone pried open the front door of the building, gaining entrance and removing $2,000 worth of equipment from inside. Damage to the door was estimated at $100.

Theft

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.

Snow plow remote stolen from truck: A Northwest Avenue man told police Jan. 6 that sometime between midnight and 5 a.m. Jan. 3, someone broke out the driver's side window of his truck and took the $300 snow plow remote that was sitting on the driver's seat. Damage to the window was estimated at $100.

Hartville man caught taking liquor: Police issued a summons for theft to a 20 year-old Hartville man Jan. 4 after the loss prevention officer at a South Avenue business told police he saw the man place two bottles of liquor valued at $74 in his pants and leave the store without paying for the items.

Cell phone missing from restaurant: A Canton woman told police Dec. 29 after she realized she had left her $400 cell phone at an East Avenue restaurant, she returned but was unable to locate it.

CDs, car title taken from unlocked vehicle: A Dunbar Road woman told police Jan. 13 that sometime overnight, someone entered her unlocked vehicle, removing a backpack containing $150 worth of CDs and the vehicle's title.

Cash taken from wallet in unsecured locker: An Akron man told police Jan. 8 that sometime between midnight and 12:45 a.m., someone entered his unsecured locker at a South Avenue business, removing a $50 bill from his wallet.

Woman makes off with T-bones: An employee of a Midway Plaza business told police Jan. 9 an unknown woman placed approximately eight T-bone steaks valued at $50 into her purse before passing all points of sale without paying for the food. According to the report, store personnel were unable to detain the suspect, described as a white female in her late 20s wearing a lime green jacket.

Akron man caught taking candy: A 20-year-old Akron man was issued a summons for theft after an employee of a West Avenue business told police he observed the suspect walk out of the store with a shopping basket full of candy valued at $192. He was advised by police not to return to the store.

Criminal damage

Vehicle defaced with permanent ink: After visiting Ledgebrook Road friends Jan. 3, a Tallmadge woman told police she discovered someone had written derogatory words all over her vehicle with a permanent ink marker. Damage was estimated at $500.

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.

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