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Grandview: Stolen car recovered in Grandview

Grandview Heights police recovered a vehicle April 30 that had been reported stolen out of Columbus.

The Columbus Division of Police contacted Grandview to report the vehicle may be in the city.

Officers later found the car in the 900 block of Williams Avenue and Columbus police contacted the car's owner. The vehicle was released to the victim's spouse, reports said.

In other recent Grandview Heights police incident reports:

* A resident of Murrell Avenue reported receiving a threatening voice message April 20 from an international number. The resident reported the call to the FBI, which is investigating. Additional details about the incident were not available due to the ongoing investigation, Grandview police officer Ryan Starns said.

* A woman reported items stolen May 3 from her locker at L.A. Fitness, 850 Goodale Blvd., but the items reappeared after officers arrived at the scene, reports said.

The woman told police she had left her bookbag containing several items in an unlocked locker and left the locker room for a few minutes. When she returned, the items were not in her locker. She said she did not see anyone in the locker room at the time. She contacted Grandview police, but when they arrived, they found the items had been placed on a bench in the middle of the locker room, reports said.