Grove City police said an employee of a Cincinnati company reported a 26-foot scissor lift, valued at $20,000, was stolen from a construction site in the 5500 block of Hoover Road.
The theft occurred between midnight May 1 and 9:47 a.m. May 18, reports stated.
In other recent Grove City police reports:
* A resident in the 2100 block of Sawgrass Street reported jewelry, valued at an estimated $15,000, was stolen between 8:15 a.m. and 2:40 p.m. May 23 from his residence.
The man said his daughter came home and found a back window open and both the front and back doors were unlocked, with the front door standing open. The man said he arrived home shortly after his daughter.
Along with the jewelry, a pair of jeans, headphones and $200 in cash were also taken, according to reports.
He said both doors were locked when he left that morning.
* A resident in the 2400 block of Stargrass Avenue reported she came home from work May 24 to find both of her dogs missing.
She said she believes her pets, a chihuahua valued at $500 and a shorkie valued at $900, had been stolen.
The woman said she found damage to her back fence, which appeared to have been pulled on by someone, reports stated. She said she has a dog door on the back of her house to allow her pets to go outside.
The chihuahua is black with white feet and the shorkie is brown.
* Thefts from work vehicles occurred at two hotels in the 3900 block of Jackpot Road.
A North Carolina man reported May 18 a generator, valued at $2,600, was stolen from his company truck while it was parked overnight at one hotel.
On the same day, a representative of a Zanesville company contacted police to report several tools were stolen overnight May 9 and 10 from a work vehicle used by an employee who was working on a project in Grove City. The total value of the tools was $1,101, according to reports.
* A resident in the 5800 block of Quail Run Drive reported May 22 a laptop computer and external hard drive were stolen overnight from her car while it was parked in her garage. The woman said she was not sure how the garage door was opened. Total loss was $1,350, reports stated.
* An employee of a company in the 3300 block of Southwest Boulevard reported she found the front and back windows of her car were broken and the passenger side door and window and rear quarter panel scratched at 9:10 a.m. May 22. The car was parked in the company's lot. There were two large rocks inside the vehicle's hatch area that had apparently been thrown through the back window.
A car parked in the adjacent space had dents on its hood and left pillar, according to reports.
Surveillance video showed a car pulling up behind the woman's car. A man can be seen exiting his car and throwing a rock through the window of the woman's vehicle, reports stated.
* A resident in the 2900 block of Addison Drive reported May 21 all four tires on her car were punctured overnight, causing $600 in damage.
* A resident in the 1300 block of Fairway Drive told police May 23 a handgun, valued at $550, was stolen from his car.