Two vehicles parked in Marble Cliff were broken into last week.
A manager at a business in the 2300 block of Cardigan Avenue reported Jan. 27 that all four wheels were removed from a car parked over the weekend at the business. The passenger-side window was shattered to gain entry to the vehicle, Grandview Heights police reports said. While the glove box was rummaged through, nothing was taken, according to reports.
The owner of a vehicle parked in the 2200 block of West Fifth Avenue reported Jan. 29 the car's front passenger-side window was shattered, but nothing was taken.
In other recent Grandview police reports:
* A resident of the 1100 block of Glenn Avenue reported Jan. 18 a mounted deer head was stolen from his unattached garage.
* A Grandview woman came to the police department Jan. 13 to report her son's father has refused to return her vehicle as she requested. The woman said she has been allowing the man to use the car, but recently learned his driver's license had been suspended. She said she did not want him to have possession of the car anymore, but added that when she tried to get the car from him, he drove off and has refused to return the vehicle.
* A resident of the 900 block of Quay Avenue reported Jan. 14 the windshield of his truck was damaged overnight.