Westerville police said firearms, cash and prescription pills were allegedly stolen from a house on March 9.
According to police reports, residents of the house in the 100 block of Cherrington Road were away between about 9:30 a.m. and 2:30 p.m. March 9, then returned home to find a back door had been forced open.
They discovered that a shotgun, a handgun, about $3,500 in cash and a variety of prescription medications, along with other items, were missing, reports stated.
According to reports, police found evidence that both the door and a gun locker that stored the weapons had been pried open with a hammer. No neighbors could be found who witnessed anything suspicious, reports stated.
The investigation is ongoing.
In other recent incident reports from the Westerville Division of Police:
* A teenage girl was allegedly assaulted and restrained by a 16-year-old male coworker at a business in the first block of South Cleveland Avenue.
According to reports, the boy asked the girl to enter a stock room with him. When she attempted to leave, he allegedly grabbed her, holding her in place and slapping her inappropriately before a manager walked past.
The manager reportedly sent the boy home and called the store's owner.
The boy was charged with assault and unlawful restraint through the Franklin County Juvenile Court and released to his parents, according to reports.
* A Westerville victim reported a car break-in in the 400 block of Foxtrail Circle West on the night of March 8. According to reports, multiple items were taken from the vehicle after a window was broken.