Lt. Robert Harbison of the Cleveland Police Department said officials are looking for help locating Mikhail I. Korchak.
“A check was stolen during a Georgia auto burglary and cashed for $2,500,” said Harbison.
Harbison said Korchak “frequents Cleveland, and usually in the Dalton Pike and Spring Place Road area.”
Korchak reportedly operates a stucco and stone business located in Chattanooga.
He is described as being 6 feet tall and weighs 160 pounds. He has brown hair and green eyes.
Anyone with information regarding Korchak’s whereabouts is asked to contact either Harbison at 559-3396, or Detective Brian Smith at 559-3321.
n Cleveland Police filed a report for vandalism which occurred on the campus of Cleveland State Community College.
The incident occurred during the weekend, according to a report filed by officer Billy Cochran.
His report noted someone attempted to gain entry to a concession stand by prying a window covering.
A later report indicated a door was also damaged but entry to the building was never made.
Damage to the window was estimated at $150. The damage to the door was estimated at $100.
Investigation was turned over to the Cleveland Police Department Criminal Investigations Division.
n A burglary at a Northcrest Circle address was reported to CPD.
A report was filed by officer Carl Walls.
Vallie Kiefert and her fiancé had left an apartment while they were in the process of moving out and left the rear door unlocked.
A window was also left unsecured, according to the report.
During the time the couple was gone, someone entered the apartment and took a 19-inch television/VCR combo, an X-Box 360, DVDs and a Magnavox DVD player.
Cochran noted the apartment had been “completely ransacked.”
The missing items were valued at $880.