Resident comes home to find house ransacked: Broadview Heights Police Blotter -

3, a Woodmere Road resident called police to say he discovered his rear sliding door open and his safe on the back deck. The man said when he arrived home he found a tan Chevy Trailblazer parked in his driveway. While the man attempted to chase it, the Trailblazer was too fast. The man did say the driver was a woman in her 20s or 30s. In the backseat he saw a man, who might have been the landscaper working in his yard the day before. Detectives were able to lift fingerprints from a glass mirror in the hallway. The man called his landscaper, who identified the vehicle and the man. 10, police were dispatched to Briarwood Golf Course regarding the theft of a set of golf clubs. The man said after finishing a round, he slid his clubs into the covered bed of his Dodge Ram pickup truck before returning to the clubhouse. Credit card fraud, Broadview Road: On Aug. 10, a Broadview Heights resident came to the police station to report her credit card had unauthorized charges of $3,600 in New York City. The woman said she just returned from visiting New York City. 9, an observant police officer inside of Giant Eagle watched a suspicious man with a blue bag attempting to walk out of the store. When the man saw the officer, he put down his blue bag. Source: