One burglary on Gahanna's southeast side yielded nothing for the intruders, the resident told Gahanna police. A business break-in last week, though, resulted in more than $2,500 in theft.

One burglary on Gahanna's southeast side yielded nothing for the intruders, the resident told Gahanna police. A business break-in last week, though, resulted in more than $2,500 in theft.

In the first burglary, the resident said his son was the last one out of the house in the 300 block of Rocky Fork Drive North at 7 a.m. Feb. 18. He was the first one home at 3:10 p.m. the same day.

The youth opened the door and pieces of it fell off, the resident said. Police said the intruder had pushed in the front door, shattering the frame.

The resident said nothing appeared to have been stolen. Police documented the damage.

In the business break-in, a man working for a cleaning service found the rear door of the business in the 400 block of Waterbury Court had been broken in. At 9:19 a.m. Feb. 16, he called an employee, who called police.

The intruder or intruders had broken in a rear door sometime since 4 p.m. Feb. 14, employees said. The intruder stole three Dell laptop computers worth $2,500 each, a $200 laptop bag, about $20 in change and an undetermined number of credit cards.