Grandview Heights police officers responded to several reports of theft and one report of vandalism recently at Grandview Yard.
Police took three reports Oct. 12 of thefts from lockers at a business in the 800 block of Goodale Boulevard.
One man told police he locked his belongings in a locker at 11:55 a.m. and returned at 1:30 p.m. to find credit and debit cards and personal papers were missing.
A second man reported his wallet containing credit and debit cards and $46 in cash was taken between 1 and 1:30 p.m. from his locker.
A third victim reported sports equipment and other items were taken Sept. 26 from his locker. Total loss was $80, reports said.
On Oct. 13, an officer was dispatched to the same address and took a report from a man who said his car had been vandalized while it was parked in the nearby garage.
He said someone called him at 12:08 p.m. Oct. 11 to tell him his car alarm was sounding. He said he checked his vehicle and found scratch marks on the bottom of the driver's-side door. The man said there was damage to the passenger side of the car and that vandalism also had occurred about a month earlier while the vehicle was parked in the garage.
Officers also were dispatched Oct. 14 to the 700 block of Yard Street on a report of a theft in progress from a vehicle.
The victim told police he had parked his vehicle in a parking garage and loaded luggage into the vehicle at 9:20 a.m. When he returned about five minutes later, a unknown man was inside his car taking the bags and his wife's purse, reports said.
The victim said he chased the suspect around the parking garage, but the suspect had an accomplice in a car waiting to pick him up and fled the scene.
The man said computer hardware and software, a cellphone, clothing, furs and other property were in the luggage that was stolen. The purse was recovered, but total loss was reported at $5,907.