A Columbus woman reported a Grove City man robbed her at gunpoint April 6 in the parking lot of a business in the 2200 block of Stringtown Road.

The woman left the scene before officers arrived, but returned to meet with police.

She said the man called her around 12:30 p.m. requesting a ride from the business. She said the man got into her car and pulled a gun, reports stated. After she handed him some cash, he fled on foot, according to reports.

In other recent Grove City police reports:

* A resident in the 3300 block of Parlin Drive reported two incidents in which a Bronx, New York, man she met on Facebook used her credit card and debit card information to make unauthorized purchases.

The woman told police she had been regularly in contact with the man since December 2016.

She said her bank notified her the man had used her credit card information on March 21 to make purchases totaling about $1,400 from a store in New York.

She contacted the store, which reported the merchandise had been delivered to the man's Bronx address, reports stated.

The woman said she had visited the man for a few days in March and believes he may have accessed her card information during her stay.

The woman reported she and the man had an argument before she left New York and she hasn't been in contact with him since.

In a followup report, the woman told police she learned the man had apparently used her debit card information to purchase products valued at more than $2,000 online between March 25 and 31. The merchandise was again delivered to his Bronx residence, according to reports.

* The owner of a business in the 3100 block of Broadway reported April 3 someone pried open a cash machine for automated car washes and stole $2,000 in cash. The damage to the machine, valued at $5,000, made it unusable, reports stated.

* A manager at a construction site in the 1300 block of Stringtown Road told police a welder, valued at $7,000, was stolen. He said the welder was large and supported on two wheels and that it would have required a truck to pull it from the site.

* A resident in the 3400 block of Castleton Street told police April 4 his house had been burglarized. Stolen items included rolls of coins, four watches, a tablet, three rings, two necklaces, a bracelet, a glass vase, an antique candy dish, a bottle of aftershave and a bottle of vodka, according to reports. Total loss was $4,560.

* A trailer, valued at $4,000, was stolen between March 31 and April 2 from the parking lot of a business in the 6400 block of Seeds Road.

* Officers responded at 7:48 a.m. April 3 to a house in the 2100 block of Legends Drive after a neighbor reported the garage door had been standing open since 7 p.m. the previous day. Police entered the residence and found a stove had been removed from the kitchen. The refrigerator had been moved toward the front door without properly disconnecting the water line for the ice maker. As a result, water had flooded the kitchen area.

The homeowner was contacted. She told police she had moved out her the residence and was scheduled to complete a sale of the home April 3, reports stated.

* A woman reported $400 in cash and a gold nugget ring, valued at $400, were stolen from a safe at her brother's residence in the 1300 block of Lamplighter Drive. The theft occurred between March 14 and 30, according to reports.

* A representative of an Ashville company reported seven windows, together valued at $780, were stolen from a building under construction in the 1100 block of Lamplighter Drive. Workers had left the windows leaning on a wall in the building.

* A resident in the 5400 block of Moon Flower Court reported a projector, sunglasses and a key fob to his work truck were stolen April 2 from his company car while it was parked in his driveway. The man said his work truck was parked at his office. Total loss was $720, according to reports.

* A resident in the 4500 block of Edgarton Drive reported April 2 that overnight someone had used a key or other sharp object to scratch the panels on both side of his pickup truck.

He said that on March 29 the basketball hoop in the front yard was knocked over, causing it to strike and put a dent in the front hood of his vehicle.