CLEVELAND — Cleveland Police are asking for help identifying a suspect accused of setting a fire at the All Saints Public House and other crimes in the area.
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According to Police, the suspect unlawfully entered the All Saints Public House located at 1261 West 76th Street on March 5 and tried to light the cash register with butane torches and burned other items within the establishment. It is also believed that the suspect is connected to other crimes on Cleveland’s West Side.
Pictures of the suspect can be seen below. Anybody with information regarding the suspect’s identity is asked to contact Crimestoppers at 216-25-CRIME.
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