Grove City police officers responded Feb. 12 to burglar alarms sounding at two businesses.

Officers were dispatched at 8:23 p.m. to a business in the 3600 block of Broadway on a report of a burglar alarm triggered by movement in the front hallway. They arrived to find the front door's glass and side windows at the building were broken, reports stated. The manager came to the scene and gave police a key to the building. The officers investigated but did not find anyone inside. The front desk's drawers were open and a trash can had been turned over, but the manager reported nothing appeared to be missing.

An employee of a business in the 3011 block of Columbus Street called police at 9 p.m. to report the business had received an alarm notice and when she arrived she found the front door's glass had been broken. When police arrived, the woman told them she had not entered the building or observed anyone in the area.

Police searched the building but did not find anyone inside. The owner arrived and told police that aside from some desk drawers being out of place, nothing else seemed to be disturbed and it appeared nothing had been stolen, according to reports.

In other recent Grove City police reports:

* A resident in the 3400 block of Park Street reported a pair of sneakers, valued at $640, had been stolen from her pickup truck.

The resident was contacted by a police officer Feb. 8 after he observed the left front-door window of the vehicle had been broken.

* The superintendent at the Pinnacle Golf Club, 1500 Pinnacle Club Drive, reported Feb. 8 that someone had driven their vehicle on the turf at one of the tees, causing $700 in damage.

* A resident in the 2600 block of Glendale Road reported Feb. 8 her car's taillights had been shot out with a BB gun, causing $500 in damage. The victim said she believes a woman may have been responsible. The victim said the woman had scratched her car and sliced the tires in previous incidents.