Grove City police said a resident of the 1400 block of Carnoustie Circle told police Oct. 31 that her and her son's vehicles were broken into overnight.

Several items were stolen from the cars, including two computers, computer and phone chargers, a smartwatch, sets of makeup, a pair of tennis shoes, a jacket and socks and $100 in cash. Total loss was $3,595, reports stated.

In other recent Grove City police reports:

* An employee of a Huber Heights company reported items were stolen Nov. 4 from two company trucks while he and other employees were staying at a hotel on the 4200 block of Gantz Road.

The man said the left rear window of one truck had been broken out and an impact drill/wrench was stolen. The drill/wrench is valued at $1,200, reports stated. A welding helmet and face shield, valued at $200, was stolen from the other truck.

* A Grove City man reported Nov. 1 the right side of his car had been struck overnight with a hard object, causing $1,000 damage. The car was vandalized while it was parked at a business on the 3500 block of Broadway.

A couple of hours after taking the man's report, police were again called to the business to take a report of damage to vehicles belonging to the company. The manager said employees discovered that four vehicles had been entered overnight and the steering columns had been tampered with on two of them and a rearview mirror damaged on another. The damage was estimated at $1,100, according to reports. Nothing appeared to be missing from the vehicles.

* A resident of the 4000 block of Sequoia Avenue reported Nov. 1 someone poured what appeared to be paint on the roof and windshield of her car, her driveway and on her garage door, causing $1,000 in damage.

* An employee of a business on the 3800 block of Grove City Road called police at 8:52 p.m. Oct. 30 to report she was watching an intruder who had broken into the building via a live online feed she was viewing at her residence.

Officers responded to the business and found the front door glass had been broken. They searched the building but found no one inside.

The owner of the business arrived and reported a cash drawer containing $225 was missing.