Police officers and agents from the Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force executed a search warrant Wednesday morning at a Greenbrier Drive home.
Neighbors said the officers carried out computers, disks and what appeared to be boxes of files.
No charges have been filed against anyone who lives at the house.
Maria Russo, spokeswoman for Cuyahoga County Prosecutor Bill Mason's office, confirmed that ICAC was on Greenbrier Drive, but could not comment further because the matter is pending.
But a neighbor said about seven vehicles, most unmarked, arrived on the street at 7 a.m. and officers wearing body armor and carrying battering rams went into the house.
They stayed about two hours, said the neighbor, who declined to give his name.
He said the family at the house, a retired couple with grown children, has lived there about 35 years.
Because police and prosecutors have not made an arrest, Strongsville Patch is not yet identifying the house or the family.
Mason's website says ICAC targets people who use the Internet to lure minors into illicit sexual relationships; or use the Internet to produce, distribute or solicit child pornography.