Three thefts – all involving unlocked vehicles – were reported within mile of each other in Worthington from May 9 to 10.

According to Worthington Division of Police reports, residents on the 5700 block of High Street, the 400 block of Evening Street and the 200 block of Tucker Drive reported items stolen from vehicles on their property overnight.

In one case, a resident reported credit cards stolen. In another, the resident said a computer, credit cards and wallet were stolen.

For the High Street theft, someone allegedly entered an unlocked garage in order to access the vehicle, stealing makeup, gift cards and other small items.

In other recent Worthington police reports:

* A resident reported that someone had stolen his gun out of his unlocked vehicle while it was parked on the first block of West Riverglen Drive.

The man noticed the 9mm handgun was missing May 12.

* Someone stole a Worthington resident's unlocked vehicle, which had the keys left inside.

The owner of the vehicle noticed it was missing from the 2400 block of Collins Drive the morning of May 13.

Officers used the vehicle's security system to locate it in Columbus.

When Columbus Division of Police officers found the vehicle, it reportedly was "wiped down," leaving no evidence.

The vehicle was returned to its owner.

* Worthington police arrested a 29-year-old Columbus man during a disturbance call after determining that a warrant had been issued for his arrest.

Police received a call the afternoon of May 11 describing a man and woman arguing in the parking lot of a bank on the 7100 block of North High Street.

Officers arrived and determined that the man involved had a warrant for his arrest due to a fourth-degree felony charge of carrying a concealed weapon and a charge of tampering with evidence, both from the Franklin County Sheriff's Office.

The man was arrested and taken to the Franklin County jail.