Two suspects arrested after Cleveland police locate vehicle used in Case Western Reserve, other robberies

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CLEVELAND – Cleveland police made two arrests early Saturday morning after they located a stolen vehicle that they say has been involved in a number of crimes, including the robbery of a Case Western Reserve University student on March 1st.

It began at around 10 p.m., when a woman reported her car stolen by several teenagers in the area of 3584 East 116th Street. The suspects were also in a stolen Ford Escape, which is the vehicle wanted in the other cases. Police report that there were four suspects.

At about 1 a.m., the Ford was spotted on Colfax Road. After a short chase, which ended on Wade Oval, two juveniles were arrested. The other two are still at large and driving the stolen 2009 Mercury Milan.

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