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Burglary reports from Akron police - Dec. 26

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Here are the burglary reports released Dec. 26 by the Akron Police Department.

Anyone with information on the cases is asked to call Akron police detectives at 330-375-2490. Anonymous tips can be made at http://ci.akron.oh.us/ASP/tip.html.

•Paper Cuts, 851 South Broadway Street, Dec. 22, attempted to gain entry through the roof of the building. Taken: nothing.

•700 block Freedom Avenue, Dec. 22, entered garage and took property. Taken: Sawzall, drill, battery charger.

•900 block Cree Avenue, Dec. 21 to 22, attempted to enter through rear window. Taken: nothing.

•100 block Hillman Road, Dec. 21 to 22, cut lock and broke window from front garage man door to gain entry. Taken: two welders, set of torches, tool box with tools, air compressor, pressure washer, CB radio.

•Community Baptist Temple, 1275 Emmitt Road, Dec. 22 to 23, broke glass of door to gain entry and vandalized building. Taken: nothing.

•700 block Roscoe Avenue, Dec. 21, broke basement window to gain entry and took property. Taken: two TVs, Xbox 360.

• 1100 block Herherich Avenue, Dec. 18 to 23, forced entry through basement window and took property. Taken: two faucets, copper pipes.

•900 block Kenmore Boulevard, Dec. 22, entered through unlocked living room window and took property. Taken: a TV.

•300 block West Waterloo Road, Dec. 22, kicked in front door to gain entry and took property. Taken: $300, PlayStation 3, laptop, presents.

•500 block Crestview Avenue, Dec. 1 to 22, forced open basement window of vacant house and took property. Taken: copper pipes.

•1500 block Bond Street, Dec. 11 to 22, used key from lock box of vacant house to gain entry and took property. Taken: copper pipes.

•900 block McKinley Avenue, Dec. 21, entered through unlocked bedroom window. Taken: three TVs.

•600 block Corley Street, Dec. 21, entered through unlocked rear door and took property. Taken: a pistol, tablet, PlayStation 3 video game.


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