A man in the 2200 block of Haviland Road reported at 9:18 a.m. Oct. 29 that several pieces of keepsake jewelry valued together at $3,780 were stolen from his house.
He was unsure when the theft took place. He told police it could have occurred any time between Oct. 1 and the time of his report.
Among items reported stolen were a gold anniversary ring with diamonds valued at $1,000, a sapphire ring valued at $500, an engagement ring soldered to a gold wedding band valued at $250, a gold wedding ring valued at $200 and a wooden jewelry box from Russia valued at $50.
According to reports, police had no suspects in the case.
In other recent Upper Arlington police reports:
* A Grove City businessman reported someone stole a cement mixer valued at $2,300 from the backyard of a work site in the 2000 block of Lower Chelsea Road between noon Oct. 30 and 10:40 a.m. Oct. 31.
* A 28-year-old Hilliard man was charged with shoplifting, obstruction of official business and possession of criminal tools after he allegedly attempted to steal $400 worth of merchandise from a department store in the 1800 block of West Henderson Road. Police reports didn't provide a date or time for the incident.
* Employees at a gas station in the 3600 block of Riverside Drive reported the same unknown man has used counterfeit $20 bills to purchase merchandise on six different occasions over the past month, the most recent being Oct. 23.