Columbus Division of Police officers notified the Grove City Division of Police at 7:30 a.m. Sept. 15 that they had located a car registered to a Grove City woman who lives on the 2900 block of Addison Drive.

The car was found in a body of water near Lake Shore Drive in Columbus.

Officers contacted the woman, who confirmed her car had been stolen. She said she had last seen the car about 7:30 p.m. Sept. 14.

After officers asked her if she had her key, the woman looked in her purse and found the key fob, but the key was no longer attached to it, reports said.

Columbus police reported no key was in the car when it was recovered.

In other recent Grove City police incident reports:

* The manager of a store on the 4100 block of Buckeye Parkway told police Sept. 12 that eight large boxes of candles were stolen from a truck parked behind the building.

The truck contained various overstock items in addition to the candles, reports said.

Police said a lock was removed from the back of the truck to gain access to the contents. The total loss was estimated at $2,000.

* A resident of the 2600 block of Clark Drive reported two laptop computers, a backpack and a pair of sunglasses were stolen Sept. 14 from his car. The total loss was estimated at $1,500.

* An officer responded Sept. 15 to a residence on the 4000 block of Marsol Avenue, where the homeowner reported she had found an electrical box in her backyard.

The woman said she believed the box came from Breck Park, 3005 Demorest Road, which is behind her residence. She said the fountain in the park no longer was working.

The officer checked the park and found two electrical boxes had been removed from their posts and a third box was opened and appeared to have been damaged.

The parks supervisor was called to the scene and verified the damage, estimating the total loss at $1,500, reports said.