Here are the crimes reported to Sylvania and Sylvania Township police departments in the past week. Sylvania Township Fire Department runs are also listed.
Theft. Russell Bentley, 6500 block of Cornwall Court, reported that his Merit Bank ATM card was stolen and $804.50 in purchases were made unauthorized, using the card.
Theft. Kroger Timberstone, 7545 Sylvania Avenue, reported that an unknown suspect stole approximately $100 worth of products. Kroger collected video footage of the theft.
Theft. Tim Hortons, 5800 W. Alexis Road, reported that $70 was stolen from the cash register.
Theft. Charlotte Garza, 2400 block of S. Holland-Sylvania Road, reported that left her purse unattended in a breakroom at the Rosary Care Center and two $100 bills were stolen from her purse.
Sylvania Township Police
Breaking and entering. Sarah Leighton, 2700 block of Westmar Dr., reported that someone broke into her detached garage at her apartment complex and damaged her vehicle,
Theft from vehicle. Nick Coleman, 6100 block of W. Central Ave., reported that someone stole the T-tops off of his 1973 Chevrolet Corvette, which was parked in the rear lot of Yark Subaru. The dealership has surveillance tapes of the incident.
Sylvania Township Fire Department
4200 block of Holland-Sylvania Road, cooking fire.
5300 block of Main Street, cooking fire.
5800 block of Mitchaw Road, overheated motor.
5300 block of Fox Run, detector activation.
6900 block of Milrose Lane, assist invalid.
5500 block of Central Ave., smoke detector activation.
9600 block of Captiva Dr., assist invalid.
3000 block of Elmwood Dr., assist invalid.
5400 block of Silica Dr., lighting issue.
2200 block of Garden Greek Dr., cover assignment, standby.
5700 block of Monroe St., alarm system activation.
4600 block of Wakefield Dr., assist invalid.
5200 block of Harroun Road, dispatched and canceled en route.
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