Reynoldsburg police are investigating a report that a shooting occurred at a local state liquor store.

Officers responded at 10:08 p.m. March 23 at the State Liquor Agency, 6240 East Livingston Ave. According to the police report, officers were told after they arrived that a customer was inside the store arguing with a woman. The woman told police the customer shot at her and then "left in an old beat-up car."

The woman was not injured, according to the report.

In other Reynoldsburg police reports:

* Officers arrested three shoplifters who stole high-end handbags from a business at 7:05 p.m. March 25 on East Broad Street.

A manager said two women stole a Michael Kors handbag and other purses, cutting off security sensors and hiding them with the purses in a shopping bag. The women ran from the store, but officers tracked the shoplifters based on a description of their car, a silver Ford Focus, driven by a man, with two teenagers inside.

Police stopped the car at Waggoner and East Main Street and recovered the stolen items and a 9-millimeter pistol. The teenagers, age 15 and 16, were released to the custody of a family member.

* A caller said several juveniles were in a stairwell smoking marijuana at 9:14 a.m. March 23 at a business in the 6500 block of East Livingston Ave. Officers said no one was at the scene when they arrived, but they could smell marijuana.

Officers said the front door was not locked properly and easily could be pushed open. An email would be sent to the owner, advising they do a security survey of the property, the report said.

* Several callers reported a large pothole caused flat tires and other damage to multiple cars about 8 p.m. March 29 in the 8100 block of Taylor Road.

Officers located the pothole, which an officer described as a "large, deep hole" on the northbound lane in front of 8109 Taylor Road. Officers put cones around the hole and notified the city's street department.

* A 6-year-old boy called 911 and said he was home alone at 10:03 a.m. March 30 at a residence on Anne Court.

The dispatcher said the boy did not know his address. Officers said they were able to track down the address, although the boy told the dispatcher he had "no idea what to do."

Officers found out the homeowner had taken her daughter to a school function and left the boy with her husband, who was sleeping upstairs, according to the police report.