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Things Large and Small Stolen in Westlake

Thieves took an array of items last week.

Plenty of things big and small went missing in Westlake last week. In addition to minor items, such as cigarettes, someone stole a catalytic converter off of a car and numerous items were taken from Rec Center visitors and Crocker Park employees.

A cellphone, car keys, and cigarettes were taken from the jacket of a Market Street store employee on March 23 between 4:30 p.m. and 6:20 p.m. Westlake Police have no suspects.

A generator and power tools of unknown were taken from a Detroit Road construction site between March 21-25. A chain on the generator was cut; there are no suspects.

The catalytic converter was cut off a North Olmsted man’s 2004 Pontiac Sunfire while it was parked at the RTA lot on Sperry Drive. The theft occurred on March 25 between 7:45 a.m. -5 p.m. There are no suspects; RTA’s Police Department was notified.

A wallet containing $60, a credit card, and misc. papers belonging to a Westlake man was taken from the Recreation Center gym on March 25 between 7 p.m. -8:30 p.m. while the owner played basketball. A wallet and a cellphone belonging to two other persons were reportedly taken at the same time, but those owners have not come forward. 

A $500 wristwatch was taken from the women’s locker room at the Recreation Center between 3 p.m. -4:35 p.m.  on March 27. A Westlake woman had placed it in a locker, stepped away for a minute, then locked the locker and worked out. There are no suspects. 

A Cleveland woman’s wallet was taken while she shopped at a Crocker Park Blvd. store on March 29 at 4:30 p.m. Her debit card was used illicitly for two purchases ($392 total) at two nearby stores; a third purchase attempt was declined. There are no suspects.

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