Six students suspected of stealing superintendent's car

WARRENSVILLE HEIGHTS, Ohio (AP) - Six high school students are suspected of stealing the superintendent's 2002 Infiniti during a school visit.
"It was a crime of opportunity," Police Chief Frank Bova said Thursday after the car was found behind a garage in this Cleveland suburb.
"Clearly hidden for future use," he said.
Police found the car based on tipster calls.
The six teens from Warrensville High School apparently got
Superintendent Gwendolyn Cooke's keys and took the auto on
Wednesday, Bova said.
Cooke had parked in front of the high school. Police did not know exactly when her keys were obtained.
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