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If you have any information about these crimes or any person(s) involved, you are urged to call Crime Stoppers at 216 252-7463  or submit a Web Tip.  You do not have to give your name.  CRIME STOPPERS will pay a cash reward of up to $2500 and you can remain anonymous. 


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4/8/2017 - Wallet theft - Fairview ParkSOLVED

Fairview Park police are looking to identify the suspect male in the still photograph. This male entered a laundromat in Fairview Park and stole a customer`s wallet on 03/23/2017. The suspect was driving a black colored Cadillac Escalade. If you recognize him contact Crime Stoppers.

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4/8/2017 - Credit card theft - Solon

The two males pictured went into a florist on Miles Rd. in Solon on Friday 3/31/2017. They pretended to want to buy a flower arrangement. During this, one asked to use the bathroom. As soon as he was done, they left. They took two credit cards out of the owner`s purse.
The photos are from Bed Bath& Beyond at Richmond/ Harvard. No vehicle is seen at BB&B and only two light skinned males are seen. In photos from WalMart on Warrensville Ctr/ Cedar, the males are joined by a black female. The three get into a white 2001- 2016 Dodge Caravan. The wheels either have no hub caps or they are black spoked type wheels. They bought gift cards at both locations.
If you recognize them or know about this crime please call Crime Stoppers. Reward money is available.

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4/1/2017 - ARMED ROBBERY -Cricket @ Lee and Harvard - 3/18/17

On Saturday 3/18/2017 shortly before 4pm the Cricket Wireless store on Lee Rd at Harvard was held up by two (2) gun-toting criminals. Take a good look at their pictures, their clothes, their build. Recognize them? Know anything about this? Call Crime Stoppers. Reward money is available

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3/31/2017 - 3/22/17-Burglary- Credit Card theft

On 3-22-17 unknown suspects broke into a house in the 2700 block of Portman.  The suspects then came back and stole the victims 2015 Black Ford F150.  Inside the vehicle was a credit card that was used at several locations.  The pictured suspect used the credit card at Speedway and Walmart on Brookpark rd.  If anyone recognizes this suspect or knows about the crime call Crime Stoppers.

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3/31/2017 - ASSAULT - WalMart - Steelyard 3/21/17
On March 21, 2017 at approx 8:23pm a female clerk working at the WalMart store was assaulted. Watch the video - do you recognize the suspects? Do you know anything about this brutal crime? If you do please call Crime Stoppers. Reward money is available.

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3/22/2017 - ROBBERY - Mr Hero W130th

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The Mr. Hero located at 4675 W 130th was robbed on March 4, 2017, at approx. 5:40pm.
Suspect claimed to have a firearm, never taking his hand out of his hoodie pocket. The suspect was described as a tall, thin, white male wearing
a teal blue hoodie. This suspect entered The Pantry convenience store, next door, just prior to the robbery. Call Crime Stoppers with info

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3/21/2017 - BANK ROBBERY - Pearl Rd PNC - 3/21/17

On 3-21-17 at approx 11:57am this suspect walked into PNC Bank located at 5188 Pearl Rd. The suspect handed the teller a note threatening he had a gun and demanded money. This suspect is described as a black male mid 40’s, 6’ 180 lbs. wearing glasses. The suspect also is possibly driving a 2009 black Chevy Impala. If anyone recognizes this suspect or knows about this crime please contact Crime Stoppers. Reward money is available.

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3/21/2017 - Bank robbery - Lyndhurst Legacy Village

Today (3/21/17) at approximately 11:45 am, a lone black male subject dressed in all black and armed with a black sub-machine gun styled weapon entered and robbed the Fifth Third bank, 24261 Cedar Rd, Lyndhurst, OH. Suspect entered the bank, took the gun out of a backpack and pointed the gun at 2 tellers. Suspect threatened the tellers as he pointed the gun to the ceiling and pulled the trigger. The tellers heard the gun go “click.” The tellers, in fear for their lives, handed over cash and the suspect exited the bank on foot.
A Red sedan, possibly a Nissan Altima or Maxima, may be involved, and fled the area at a high rate of speed.
Suspect described as a black male, 18-22 yoa, slim build, approx. 5’08” tall, wearing black coat with hood and face covering, dark blue jeans, gray mechanics gloves, black sneakers with red/white soles.
If you have any information on this crime contact Crime Stoppers. Reward money is available.

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3/21/2017 - ROBBERY - Target Steelyard

On 3-12-17 these three suspects came into Target at Steelyard and took about $190 worth of items and then left the store.  An employee confronted the three as they were leaving and the suspects jumped on the victims back and threatened to punch the victim.  While trying to detain two of the suspects, the third suspect kept grabbing the victims hands and neck to free the other two.  The suspects broke free from the victim and fled the store.  If anyone recognizes these suspects please contact Crime Stoppers.

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3/20/2017 - ROBBERY- 7/11 Store - Fulton Rd on 3/4/17

On March 4th  the 7-11 store located at 3735 Fulton Rd. was robbed. We now have better photos. To refresh everyone`s memory this suspect came in and told the employee at the register to “empty it”. The suspect then said “my daughter just died” and lifted his shirt to reveal a gun. The suspect went behind the counter and took the money from the register. The suspect is described as a b/m 18, 5’8 155. If you recognize him please contact Crime Stoppers. Reward money is available.

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