Grove City police said two vehicles were stolen March 18 from a business in the 5800 block of North Meadows Drive.
The general manager told police he noticed broken glass on the lot and had security review a surveillance video.
The video showed two male suspects driving onto the lot at 9:49 p.m. March 18, according to reports. One suspect approached a pickup truck valued at $24,698 and broke a window to take an external security key box, reports stated.
He then got back into the vehicle the other man was in and left the scene.
The pair returned a short time later, with one stealing the pickup truck and the other taking a car valued at $18,512, reports stated.
The second man struck another vehicle and a tree on the lot as he was backing the car from where it was parked.
Both stolen vehicles were seen in the video heading south on North Meadows Drive.
In other recent Grove City police reports:
* An employee of a store in the 3900 block of Hoover Road reported two cellphones, valued at $700 each, were stolen March 21. The clerk said two men came into the store at 3:36 p.m. and browsed merchandise before one of them grabbed two phones from a display. The pair then exited the store and got into a blue car, according to reports. They drove away heading north on Hoover Road.
* A resident in the 4200 block of Ash Grove Drive reported two fraudulent withdrawals totaling $1,000 were made from her bank account on March 15. The withdrawals were made on a bank ATM in Santa Barbara, California, reports stated. The woman said she still has her debit card and isn't sure how her account was accessed.
* A student told police his sister's cellphone and case, valued at $700, was stolen March 14 from her book bag in the locker room at Brookpark Middle School, 2803 Southwest Blvd. He said his sister told him about the theft when he picked her up from track practice, according to reports.
The victim told her brother that another girl asked her if she was going to keep her phone in her book bag while she was at practice. The girl said she was and headed off to practice. When she returned, the cellphone and case were gone.
The victim's brother later contacted police after he turned on a locator app for his sister's phone, which indicated it was in the approximate area of the other girl's house.
An officer went to the house where the girl's mother searched her daughter's room and found a cellphone case which the victim's family identified as belonging to the victim. Although the missing phone was not located, police charged the other girl with receiving stolen property for being in possession of the cellphone case, according to reports.