Westerville police said a 34-year-old Columbus resident was robbed of a cellphone at gunpoint at 4 p.m. Jan. 2 on the first block of Scott Court.

According to the report, the woman was selling her phone on a resale app and had gone with her boyfriend to meet a man to give him the phone. She said when she approached the man, he grabbed the phone out of her hands. She asked it be returned, and the man pulled out a handgun and told her to "walk away," reports stated.

The woman said the man entered a vehicle with several other people and she was able to provide the vehicle information to police. According to the report, the vehicle was listed as stolen and matched the description the woman had given police. Columbus police reported the vehicle as stolen at 1 a.m. Jan. 2.

The car was recovered several days later in Blacklick, with the keys inside and is being processed by detectives, according to the report. The robber has not been identified by police.

In other Westerville police reports:

* An employee of a store reported on Jan. 3 a male stole a large amount of cosmetics at 6 a.m. Dec. 30 on the 600 block of South Cleveland Avenue.

* Three males left a restaurant on the first block of Polaris Parkway without paying at 2:15 a.m. Dec. 31. The bill was $55.60, according to reports. No identifying information has been found for the three.