Grand Theft Taurus; Stolen Handgun; and Toys 'R' Us Theft
The following was pulled from Cuyahoga Falls Police reports dated Dec. 4-5.
Wait, where were the keys?
A Cuyahoga Falls resident reported his purple 2001 Ford Taurus was stolen from the 600 block of Taylor Avenue on Dec. 5.
According to the Cuyahoga Falls Police report, the absent-minded car owner admitted he had left the keys sitting in the ignitionp prior to the theft. Total loss: $2,000.
Caught in the act
Toys ‘R’ Us management caught an employee stealing iPod’s from the store and decided to turn him in on Dec. 4.
The MP3 players, valued at $400, were recovered by the toy store. The employee was fired, cited for theft and is set to appear in Stow Municipal Court on Dec. 11.
A man reported that someone slipped into his parked car on Dec. 4 and stole a 9mm semi-automatic handgun and holster from his center console.
The theft occurred in the 1700 block of Broad Boulevard. Total loss: $870.