According to officer April Ratcliff’s report, someone entered a classroom at the school last week and took two Apple iPads and two Acer notebook computers. A suspect has been established through the school’s video security system and detectives feel the case can be resolved, according to Lt. Robert Harbison of the Cleveland Police Department Criminal Investigations Division.
Detective Matt Jenkins said the video shows a person entering the room and then leaving.
Jenkins said the suspect has been contacted about the alleged theft.
Investigation is continuing.
The computers are valued at approximately $1,500.
• A number of tools were taken from a Harrison Pike residence this week.
According to a report filed by deputy Tommy Kimsey of the Bradley County Sheriff’s Office, Chadrick Carden said a Husqvarna blower and Stihl weed cutter were among tools taken.
Also missing were three fishing rods and a battery charger.
According to his report, Carden thinks the items were taken sometime after the weekend. He said the last time he saw his property was Monday.
Carden filed a report with law enforcement on Wednesday.
Identification numbers were not immediately available.
The missing items were valued at $770.
• Cash and jewelry were taken from a purse which had been left inside a vehicle.
A report filed by deputy Tim Bohannon indicated the victim discovered her property missing after she returned home from an outing.
According to the report, Phyllis Johnson went with a friend to a local marina.
She had left her purse inside her acquaintance’s truck. The truck was reportedly unsecured while the two were inside the marina facility.
A suspect has not been established.
According to the report, a marquise engagement and wedding ring set and cash had been taken along with some medication.
Johnson estimated her loss at $3,550.