Cleveland Police continue to search for a suspect wanted for auto burglary and theft.
Warrants have been issued for Todd Steven Osterman, 40.
According to Detective Matt Jenkins, Osterman has been known to frequently live in motels around the area.
“He was recently released from prison after being convicted of multiple counts of auto burglaries,” Jenkins said.
Anyone knowing the whereabouts of Osterman is asked to contact Jenkins or Detective Bill Parks at 303-3134.
- Approximately $2,500 in sports memorabilia and other items were taken during a burglary at a property the homeowner had recently moved away from.
Margaret Lancaster reported to the Bradley County Sheriff’s Office that someone broke into the house and took her son’s sports figurines, photos and baseball cards, along with some Native American figurines.
Missing were 55 Starting Lineup figures, valued at $40 each, a plaque with an autographed certificate of authenticity depicting Michael Jordan, and five factory sets of early-1990s baseball cards, including brands such as Topps, Upper Deck and Donruss.
According to the report, the missing items were valued at $2,450.
After responding to the house, deputies found door glass had been broken to gain entry, and the house and contents had been rummaged through.
n Deputies also responded to a home on Armstrong Road where a garage, two cars and a trailer were reported burglarized.
According to the report, a crossbow, arrows, several chainsaws, power tools, nail guns and an air compressor were among property taken.
A Falcon Lane resident also reported the theft of tools.
Forced entry was made into the building and a Northern Tools pressure washer, DeWalt table saw, DeWalt chop saw, generator, wheelbarrow, a Kobalt shop-vac and two Hitachi drills were taken.