Grove City Division of Police officers responded Feb. 6 to two reports of construction trailers being broken into or tampered with at a construction site in the 5500 block of Hoover Road.

A representative of a Hilliard company said construction tools and equipment, valued at a total of $4,000, had been taken from three of the company's trailers. Locks were cut on each trailer to gain entry.

An employee of a Blacklick company said about $500 in damage was done to the locking mechanism on one of the business' trailers. Officers did not believe entry was gained to the trailer because no items were taken or appeared to have been disturbed, according to the report.

In other recent Grove City police incident reports:

* An Orient man reported Feb. 9 the wheels and tires were stolen overnight from his truck while it was parked in the 3600 block of Gateway Lakes Drive. Total loss was $1,800, according to the report.

* A New Albany man told police $1,400 in cash was stolen from an upstairs bedroom at an apartment he rents in the 1900 block of Kendall Place.

The theft occurred between 10:30 p.m. Feb. 1 and 10:30 p.m. Feb. 3. The man said his primary residence is in New Albany, but he rents and periodically stays in the Grove City apartment because it is near his business.

* A Columbus woman reported her cellphone valued at $800 was taken from a store in the 3500 block of Broadway.

The woman said she accidentally left her phone on the counter and later returned to the store to retrieve it. A clerk told her she had noticed the phone laying on the counter and held it up asking customers in the store if any of them were missing their phone. A man claimed the phone was his and left after the clerk gave it to him.

* Officers last week recovered a car that had been stolen out of Delaware County.

An officer responded at 9 a.m. Feb. 8 to the 1900 block of Sunny Rock Lane after an anonymous caller filed a parking complaint about a car that had no license plates. The officer checked the vehicle identification number and found the car, which was valued at $1,000, had been reported stolen.

* An employee of a suburban Dayton excavating company reported Feb. 8 six batteries had been taken out of machinery at a construction site in the 3100 block of Orders Road. The batteries were stolen between Feb. 2 and Feb. 8. Total loss was $1,000, according to the report.