CLEVELAND - Cleveland police arrested a man early Friday morning after they said he was caught breaking into a home on the city's west side.
That attempted burglar is now behind bars after police say they caught him breaking into the home early Friday morning.
Cleveland police tell NewsChannel5 officers responded to a call for help at a home along the 100 block of Erwin Avenue shortly after 1 a.m. A resident claimed someone was trying to break-in.
On scene, police located a man breaking into the back of the house and arrested the suspect.
According to police, no one was hurt. No word yet on what charges the suspect may face.
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