Two Westerville women reported their vehicles were broken into, and reported a handgun and hundreds of rounds of ammunition were taken.
According to reports, the women noticed both of their vehicles had been broken into on the morning of Oct. 30 outside of a residence in the 200 block of South State Street.
One woman reported a handgun and loose change had been taken, while the other was reportedly missing more than 1,000 rounds of ammunition.
The women said they had seen two men "with bulky coats" outside on the street around midnight the night before, but police could not find security footage from the area, reports stated.
The next day, one of the women said a man came into the gun shop where she works and attempted to return the ammunition that had been stolen. When the clerk at the shop alerted the woman, the man "ran out of the store" with the ammunition, according to reports.
Clinton Township police later arrested the man and transported him to Reynoldsburg, where he had an outstanding warrant for failure to appear in court for a theft charge.
In other recent incident reports from the Westerville Division of Police:
* A Westerville man called police to report his son had been stabbed by another student wielding a pencil at McVay Elementary School, 270 S. Hempstead Road.
According to reports, the victim was stabbed in the forehead on the morning of Nov. 2.
* Several residents reported their cars were broken into between Nov. 1 and Nov. 6. Victims reported incidents in the 600 block of Lakeland Drive, the 100 block of Drakewood Road, the 100 block of Cherrington Road, the 200 block of Fairdale Avenue, the first block of State Street and the first block of Central Avenue.