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Bexley: Businesses report acts of vandalism

Bexley police said an employee of a business in the 2100 block of East Livingston Avenue reported that between March 12 and March 13, someone cut catalytic converters off three mini vans. Damage was listed at a total of $1,200, reports stated.

In another incident of vandalism, a city of Bexley employee reported March 6 that a business in the 2100 block of East Livingston Avenue had been defaced with graffiti in black and blue spray paint.

In other recent incident reports from the Bexley Police Department:

* A resident in the 900 block of Mayfield Place reported that between March 6 and March 7, someone entered her locked vehicle and stole the faceplate from her car stereo.

* A Reynoldsburg resident reported that on March 3, while he was using a computer at the Bexley Public Library, 2415 E. Main St., someone stole his wallet, which contained $10 in cash and a bank debit card.

* A Columbus resident reported someone took the front license plate off his son's vehicle while he was in class March 5 at St. Charles Preparatory School, 2010 E. Broad St.

* A resident in the 900 block of Grandon Avenue reported that between March 11 and March 12, someone entered her unlocked garage and stole two bicycles, valued at $400 and $300, and a child's seat valued at $50.

* A resident in the 200 block of South Merkle Road reported someone attempted to break into his home by prying the rear screen door on March 12. Nothing was reported missing.