Grove City police are investigating a robbery that occurred June 14 at the Heartland Bank, 2365 Old Stringtown Road.

Officers were dispatched at 4:33 p.m. June 14 after bank employees reported the robber had just left on foot heading south.

A teller told police a man entered the bank just before 4:30 p.m. and said a crash had occurred in the parking lot. He then approached the teller's counter and started talking about making a deposit. He then passed a note that indicated he had a gun, according to reports.

The note demanded the teller hand over all the money she had and that she should stay calm and not make any sudden movements, reports stated.

The teller complied, handing the robber cash, and he left the bank through the front door.

The suspect was described as a white male, bald and standing about 6 feet tall, reports stated.

There have been no arrests in the case.

In other recent police reports:

* A resident in the 3900 block of Ponds Edge Street reported June 16 that a digital camera and camera lenses were stolen from his van. The man said he discovered June 13 that spare change had been stolen overnight from his unlocked vehicle. He realized the camera and lenses were missing on June 16. Total loss was $3,200, reports stated.

* A Columbus man told police $1,480 in cash was stolen from him June 16 while he was at the Big Splash, 2831 Southwest Blvd. The man said he had placed the money on the ground near his chair, police said.

When police asked him why he had carried so much money to a public pool, he said he had just cashed a check and he was planning to go to a hotel, according to reports.

* Police responded June 17 for the third time in 10 days on a report of televisions being stolen from a hotel under construction in the 1700 block of Buckeye Place.

The construction supervisor told police some televisions were stolen overnight on June 17 from two rooms.

The supervisor had previously reported televisions were stolen from five rooms in two incidents that occurred between 5 p.m. June 6 and 2 a.m. June 8.

* The facility manager at a business in the 1800 block of Gateway Circle told police June 18 that patio umbrellas and bases were stolen from the company.

A surveillance video showed a dark blue SUV pulled onto the lot near the employee patio at 7:27 p.m. June 17. A man could be seen exiting the SUV, removing the property and loading it into his vehicle before driving off.

The video showed the vehicle's license plate and police confirmed the license plate number matched the vehicle seen in the video and the image of the registered owner matched the person seen in the video.

Police contacted the suspect, a 61-year-old Columbus man, and asked him about the stolen patio umbrellas. He told police the stolen items were available to be returned, according to reports.

The construction supervisor was contacted and on June 18, the supervisor called police to report the patio umbrellas and bases had been returned but his company wanted to file charges.

The suspect was issued a Grove City Mayor's Court summons on a theft charge, reports stated.

* A resident in the 2900 block of Parlin Drive reported June 17 someone stole a charm bracelet, a ring and tools from her home.

The woman said she discovered her tools were missing on May 30.

She texted an acquaintance who had just moved out of the apartment. He said he had borrowed the tools and he would return them as soon as possible, according to reports. The tools have not been returned, reports stated.

On June 15, the man texted the victim and said he would be stopping by that day to pick up the rest of his belongings from the apartment. She said that would be fine and she would be waiting for him by the apartment complex's pool.

The woman said she never heard from the acquaintance and when she went back to her apartment, she saw the belongings were still there.

On June 17, she discovered the bracelet and ring were missing. She said she believes the acquaintance used a key to enter the apartment and take the jewelry.

No charges have been filed in the case, according to reports.