Denis Leary, in town filming the 'Draft Day' movie, visited the Twinsburg Fire Department Saturday.
CLEVELAND - More than $1,900 was taken from the set of "Draft Day" at the Cleveland Browns headquarters in Berea, according to a police report.
An employee working on the movie, starring Kevin Costner, called Berea police to report the money was stolen on May 21.
The worker told police that he put between $1,900 and $2,000 cash in his briefcase in the craft services trailer while he ran errands for the cast members. The police report said he delivered a few things to Costner's driver before realizing the money was gone.
The man said the trailer is open to all cast and crew members, except for extras. The police report said some extras do manage to get into the trailer from time to time.
"Draft Day" is about a fictional Cleveland Browns manager, played by Costner. It also stars Jennifer Gardner, Denis Leary and Tom Welling.
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