Grove City police responded March 22 to two reports of burglaries.
A resident in the 2300 block of Ziner Circle North told police he came home at 4 p.m. March 22 to find the rear glass door of his house was broken and his house was ransacked.
Several items, including two LED televisions, a computer, a tablet, silver plate ware, jewelry, a shotgun and two rifles, were missing, according to reports.
A short time later, a resident in the 2200 block of Trimble Lane called police to report she had returned home from work to find someone had entered her apartment. A video-game system, a LED television, a bass guitar, an air-tool kit, two handguns, a carbine and a watch were stolen, reports stated.
In other recent Grove City police reports:
* A Newark woman was charged with a felony count of theft after a Grove City woman reported her SUV, valued at $4,000, was missing.
The victim contacted police March 23 and reported she had returned at 3 a.m. to her residence in the 1000 block of London-Groveport Road with a 28-year-old female acquaintance who was planning to spend the night.
The victim said she fell asleep about 4 a.m. and woke up about two hours later. She noticed her vehicle and the acquaintance were gone, and the keys to her SUV had been taken from her purse, reports stated.
A surveillance video showed the other woman leaving the residence and getting into the vehicle. She stayed in the vehicle a few minutes before backing it out of the driveway, turning on the headlights once on the roadway and heading east on London-Groveport Road, according to reports.
The victim's cousin told police a wallet and two cellphones belonging to him were in the vehicle's center console when it was taken. He later discovered that purchases totaling $172 had been made at three locations using his debit card, reports stated.
Additional charges were pending regarding the theft of the wallet and cellphones.
* A Grove City man told police a bank envelope containing $1,500 in cash was stolen March 27 from his car while he was eating at a business in the 3000 block of Meadow Pond Court.
The man said his car was unlocked and the envelope was sitting on the center console in plain sight, reports stated.