Grandview Heights Division of Police is investigating a report that a man exposed himself June 4 to several women who were on the tennis courts at McKinley Field on West Goodale Boulevard.

The incident occurred about 9 a.m.

One of the women told police the man parked his car along Goodale, then exited his car completely nude except for a shirt draped around his head.

The man reportedly called out to the women several times to get their attention. He then got back into his car and drove away southbound on Urlin Avenue.

The woman described the suspect as being white and in his 30s or 40s. He was about 6 feet tall and weighed about 200 pounds.

He was believed to be driving a newer model four-door black Lexus.

A surveillance camera captured an image of a vehicle that appears to match the description of the suspect's car. The vehicle was observed passing the park several times in the span of about seven minutes.

Anyone with information about the vehicle or its occupant is asked to contact the police department at 488-7901.

In other recent Grandview police reports:

* Officers responded May 30 to reports of vehicles being entered overnight in the 1000 block of Elmwood Avenue.

A man reported keys and a tool set were stolen from his pickup truck and change taken from another vehicle. Both vehicles were unlocked and parked in his driveway.

Another man told police both his car and his wife's vehicle had been rummaged through. The only item missing was a pair of sunglasses.

A third resident reported someone got into two vehicles at his home, but nothing was reported missing.

In other recent Grandview police reports:

* A man reported May 27 that his car had been stolen overnight. He said he had parked the car about midnight on the street in the 800 block of Northwest Boulevard and discovered it was missing the next morning.

Police found the car later that morning parked at the intersection of Timberman Road and Burr Avenue. After the car was returned to him, the owner reported there was no damage or signs of forced entry to the vehicle.

* A resident in the 1000 block of Broadview Avenue told police June 3 several pieces of jewelry and a set of car keys were stolen from his home. The man said he believes the theft may have occurred between May 23 and May 26, when several workers had been in his home.

* An employee at a construction site in the 900 block of Yard Street reported June 2 that 50 to 100 feet of copper wire had been stolen. The wire had been welded to the frame of a building under construction.

* An employee of a business in the 2200 block of West Fifth Avenue reported May 25 a small safe had been stolen about two weeks earlier. The man said he initially filed an online report about the theft with Columbus police, but was told he needed to report the theft to Grandview. He said he believes the safe may have been stolen May 11, but it was not discovered missing until May 15. The safe contained postage stamps and 75 Columbus Clipper tickets.

* A woman reported her son's trombone was stolen between May 17 and May 25 from the music room at Edison Intermediate/Larson Middle School, 1240 Oakland Ave.