Two Grove City residents filed police reports after their activity on social media resulted in criminal activity in which they were victims.

A resident in the 2400 block of Old Home Road reported a pickup truck belonging to his company was stolen July 4 from his driveway.

The man said he believes the vehicle was stolen by a woman he had met on a dating app. He said the woman, who called herself "Amy," came to his house. He dozed off at one point and awoke at 5:40 a.m. to find the woman and the truck were gone, reports stated. He said his cellphone and wallet were in the truck when it was stolen.

The man later contacted police to report he had discovered activity on one of his online accounts. He also forwarded what he believes to be the woman's real name, according to reports.

No charges have been filed in the case.

A resident in the 3400 block of Demorest Road reported July 10 he was the victim of extortion.

The man said he had been on Facebook earlier that day and saw an ad for massages. He contacted the group that placed the ad to attempt to set up an appointment, but canceled when the conversation turned sexual, according to reports.

The victim said a short time later, a male contacted him and threatened to kill him if he did not pay $200, reports stated. The male then sent a video showing people being stabbed with a spear.

The victim said he feared for his safety, so he paid the $200, wiring it to a phone number in the Dominican Republic through a money transfer service, reports stated.

In other recent Grove City police reports:

* A resident in the 4300 block of Archway Court reported July 10 that three gold rings, valued at $1,904 total, were stolen from her residence.

The woman said she last saw the rings on July 2 and that for a portion of the time between then and the theft, she had been allowing a homeless woman to stay at her house to get back on her feet. The victim said she discovered money was missing from her house, according to reports. Not wanting to believe her guest was responsible, she thought she might have misplaced the cash.

The homeless woman left the house on July 9, telling her host she would return later that evening. The victim called police on July 10 when the woman had not returned and she found the jewelry was missing.

No charges have been filed in the case.

* Police responded to multiple reports of batteries being stolen from cable companies' power-supply stations.

On July 10, two separate thefts involving 12 batteries total occurred in the 2300 block of Old Stringtown Road and the 3500 block of Woodlawn Avenue. Each battery taken in these thefts was valued at $163, reports stated.

Another company reported thefts on July 11 occurring in the 2400 block of Old Stringtown Road and the 500 block of Hibbs Road. Three batteries were taken in each incident.

* A resident in the 2300 block of Ziner Circle North told police July 5 a stack of gift cards were taken overnight from her unlocked car.

Total loss was $1,066, according to reports.

* A security specialist with a company in the 6100 block of South Meadows Drive reported a tablet computer valued at $800 was stolen from a package between 4:50 a.m. June 7 and 4 p.m. June 25.

* Officers were dispatched at 5:15 a.m. July 6 to a hotel under construction in the 1700 block of Buckeye Place on a report of a breaking-and-entering in progress.

The caller told the dispatcher he observed two men kicking open one of the hotel's rear windows and appearing to take an unknown object from a room. The pair then drove away in a yellow, two-door vehicle, reports stated.

Officers responded but could not find a vehicle matching the description.

It was not known at the time of the police report what had been stolen.

Several previous thefts have been reported at the site.

* A resident in the 3500 block of Olive Avenue told police a handgun, valued at $500, was stolen between June 30 and July 12.