According to a report filed by deputy Doug Boucher, he spoke with the owner of Movie Magic, Jim Baum, who stated someone used some type of ram to break into the business.
Baum could report nothing missing at the time of the initial report.
A damage estimate was not available.
Detective Heath Arthur was notified of the break-in.
- Cleveland detectives are searching for the suspect(s) involved in several area business burglaries reported during the past few days.
A number of officers filed reports of incidents which occurred in various parts of the city.
A report filed by officer Morgan Johnson noted he responded to Hi-Tech Heating and Air, located on Church Street, where a computer system and cordless drill had been stolen. The burglary was believed to have occurred prior to the weekend.
Loss was estimated at $390.
Officer Ross Wooten responded to APD 40 and filed a report at Bruce’s Cut and Curl.
Although nothing was reported missing, a glass door had been shattered prior to someone gaining entry and searching for goods.
A change drawer had been disturbed. Wooten collected evidence at the scene.
Damage was estimated at $500.
Detective Brian Smith is in charge of the investigation.
Anyone having information regarding these incidents is encouraged to contact authorities at 476-1121 and request the Criminal Investigations Division.
- A supplemental report was added to an original theft offense report filed by Bradley County authorities, after additional items were discovered missing.
Deputy Adam Beard of the Bradley County Sheriff’s Office filed a report for Debbie Millard.
Millard said a small bag inside her purse was missing. The bag contained a thumb drive, an I-Pod Touch and a Walmart gift card.
Millard also noted a Dell laptop computer missing from her home.
A suspect was named in the case. Deputy Paul Singleton followed up the initial report after Millard noticed other items missing.
According to the report, a Nintendo Wii video game player and micro SD card were added to the supplement.
Total loss was estimated at $1,703.
Investigation has been turned over to the Criminal Investigations Division.