Lost and Found seemed to be the theme at the Beachwood Police department this weekend. Check out the variety.
Wallet lost at home
A Fairmount Boulevard resident called Beachwood Police on Monday June 24 to report that he lost his wallet in his home at 7 p.m. on Saturday, June 22.
Dog lost and reunited with owner
Police found a gray dog with a blue tag at 1:30 p.m. Friday on Hurlingham Road. They were able to return the dog to its owner, who lives on Annesley Road.
Kittens, a cat and a rabbit
A resident of Hazelmere Road caught a mother cat and her kittens and a rabbit in her yard on Friday at 1 p.m. She called police to come and take them to the animal warden.
Guess he didn't want that gun
On Friday at noon, a Richmond Road resident turned an old handgun in to police to be destroyed.
License Plate Replaced
A Beachwood Services department employee turned in a car license plate that was found at 10:30 a.m. Friday. When police reached out to the owner, he told them he’d already replaced it so they could destroy it.