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Grandview: Another flasher spotted at West Third Avenue house

Grandview Heights police responded Aug. 23 to a report of a man exposing himself.

Officers were dispatched about 11:30 p.m. to the area of West Third and Ashland avenues. A woman reported a man standing on the porch of a West Third Avenue house exposed himself as she and another woman were walking.

Columbus police responded to the scene. They and Grandview officers searched the area but were unable to find a suspect, reports said.

In other recent Grandview police reports:

* A man flagged down officers just before daybreak Aug. 25 at Goodale Boulevard and Thomas Road to report three males had attacked him near downtown Columbus. He said the men took his wallet. The man did not know where he was and police took him to the area of Zollinger and Tremont roads, where he was released to a family member. He was advised to file a report with Columbus police.

* Officers responded Aug. 25 to a report that the rear door of a business in the 1200 block of Grandview Avenue was broken. The rear glass door was found open and shattered. No one was found in the building, but cash and a computer tower were reported missing.

* The owner of a business in the 700 block of West Goodale Boulevard reported Aug. 21 that several hundred dollars worth of scrap copper and brass were stolen overnight from his company's fenced lot.

* Police took a report Aug. 20 that the chlorine pumping system in the pool mechanical room at the Apartments at the Yard, 820 Burr Ave., had been damaged.