The Huntington Bank branch at 1600 Bethel Road was robbed at 9:19 a.m. March 20.

The Huntington Bank branch at 1600 Bethel Road was robbed at 9:19 a.m. March 20.

According to Columbus Division of Police reports, the suspect entered the bank, displayed a weapon and demanded money.

The individual left the building with an undisclosed amount of cash and fled the scene in an unknown direction, according to reports.

In other recent Northwest Side police reports:

* A $2,000 laptop computer was reported stolen in a burglary at an apartment in the 4800 block of Birmingham Court.

The victim filed the report at 4:57 p.m. March 17. The 21-year-old victim told officers, the break-in occurred between 3 and 11 a.m. March 15.

* An employee of a clothing store in the 3500 block of West Dublin-Granville Road contacted police at 7:35 p.m. March 17 after he said he prevented the theft of $1,000 in merchandise.

According to the subsequent report, the employee said the suspect loaded a shopping cart with a variety of items and then left the store without paying.

The employee told police he was able to recover the merchandise and the suspect fled the scene.

* A 45-year-old resident of Caleb Drive contacted police March 19 at 11:35 p.m. to say he discovered the place had been ransacked when he returned home.

The victim said after finding the front door of his house open and his property strewn about the place, he stepped out the back door and saw a suspect fleeing the scene. Nothing was believed to be missing, according to the report.

* An employee of a hardware store in the 5800 block of Sawmill Road reported the shoplifting of $1,027 worth of power tools at 5:25 p.m. March 14.

The person who took the items without the manager's permission was observed getting into a White Chrysler Town and Country driven by a woman, according to the report.

* A Ralston Street residence was burglarized between 4:15 and 7 a.m. March 19.

The individual filing the report said he and his roommates were asleep during the break-in.

One of the roommates was awake at 4:15 and noticed the Internet connection was not working and the residents discovered a $600 LED television through which the Internet was routed had been stolen.