NORWOOD, OH (FOX19) - Police are working to solve a string of thefts in Norwood.
The thefts happened between Tuesday and Thursday, many of them on the same stretch of Fenwick Avenue.
Exhaust converters and a tire were stolen from some cars, and there were at least two home burglaries.
A victim who did not want to show his face said one of his windows was open and his TV was stolen. The victim said his street has seen a lot of crime and believes drugs were involved.
The victim said he noticed his roommates’ T.V. was also missing.
One of the calls Norwood Police responded to was at the 1900 block of Hudson Avenue on Wednesday.
William Vance and Matthew Gerardi were other victims. According to officers, Vance left his house at 7:20 a.m. on Wednesday and when he came back at 8:20 p.m., he noticed his Xbox was missing. Gerardi also had a similar situation happen to him.
He said he left the house with his bedroom back window closed, but when he came back at 8:20 p.m., he noticed his bedroom back window was open. Gerardi said his Xbox, two Xbox games, two Xbox controllers, and two headsets were missing.
Those with information should call Norwood police.