Someone robbed a jewelry store on High Street during the early hours of July 21, according to the Worthington Division of Police.
According to reports, the door of the store was pried open at 2:15 a.m. and $6,000 worth of jewelry was stolen.
Police have a security video of the incident but are not releasing the clip while the investigation is ongoing.
Sgt. James Moran said the individual completely concealed his or her appearance, preventing police from giving a description.
The thief fled eastbound on foot after leaving the building, police said.
In other recent incident reports from the Worthington Division of Police:
* A driver rear-ended a petroleum truck July 20 and fled, prompting a call for assistance from a Columbus Division of Police helicopter.
According to reports, the driver rear-ended the truck on Interstate 270 north of the city at 4:19 p.m. The driver exited the vehicle and fled, so the helicopter was called for assistance.
The person was not found and the investigation is ongoing, police said.
* A 49-year-old Columbus man was taken to a local hospital after allegedly admitting he had taken crack cocaine.
According to reports, multiple people called to report the man driving erratically on the morning of July 23. When police approached the man's vehicle near the corner of state Route 161 and U.S. Route 23, he reportedly asked for help and told them he had taken too much crack.
In his vehicle, officers found drug paraphernalia and suspected crack cocaine, which has been sent for testing.