There have been several thefts from homes and cars around Westlake recently, Westlake Police reported.
- A 16-year-old girl's debit card was used fraudulently five times between Nov. 13 and 29, with $575 withdrawn from her account. The girl told police that she thinks a schoolmate she gave a ride home to just before that is responsible. The investigation is continuing.
- A $350 cell phone was stolen from an unlocked 2001 Jeep parked at a Center Ridge Road apartment building between 9:30 and 10 p.m. on Dec. 1.
- Someone got into the garage of a Canterbury Road home through an unlocked side door on Dec. 1. They took $110 in quarters, a wallet and a GPS unit from one of the cars inside.
- A North Olmsted woman reported that a wedding ring was stolen from her mother's Primrose Lane home on Nov. 26. She believes relatives visiting from out of town are responsible.
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