Wanted Man Surrenders to Parma Police

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Police in Parma tell Fox 8 News that a wanted suspect, believed by authorities to have stolen an allotment of guns and ammunition, has surrenders to police.

Det. Marty Compton with Parma Police tells Fox 8 News that Sean Frame, 21, turned himself in to authorities at the Parma Justice Center on Tuesday evening.

Compton says Frame is being held on a burglary charge stemming from a February 18th incident.

Frame allegedly forced his way into an apartment located at 5397 Knollwood Drive and stole an assortment of handguns, a shotgun, and a quantity of ammunition.

Frame provided authorities limited information about the whereabouts of the guns and ammunition stolen.

Parma Police are asking that anyone with information on the weapons and ammunition contact the Parma Police Crime Tip Line at (440) 887-7340.