Eight vehicles broken into during Perrysburg-Clay football gameWritten by Don Lee | | firstname.lastname@example.org
At least eight people attending the Perrysburg-Clay high school football game on Sept. 6 returned to find their cars broken into and valuable items gone, police said.
The cars were parked around the Masonic Lodge close to the Perrysburg Junior High School stadium on East South Boundary Street near the U.S. 20-I-475 interchange, where the game was played. Game parking overflowed into the Masonic lot.
Perrysburg Police Sgt. Patrick McGuire said police received reports of windows in at least eight cars being broken, and numerous “high-dollar items,” such as coats, purses, tablet computers and laptops, being taken.
As of Sept. 7, police had no description of the burglars.
“We have no leads; no one saw them; we have no witnesses,” McGuire said.
Police were looking for any security videos from nearby buildings and parking lots that might yield a clue, he said.