An Upper Arlington couple reportedly lost $40,000 through an apparent telecommunications scam.

According to reports, the couple live on the 2500 block of Cranford Road.

They reported that between Nov. 1, 2017, and March 5, they were victimized through a scam that promised them new cars in exchange for money.

The report didn't state if the alleged scam was initiated via telephone or internet. The victims were both described as being elderly.

Police have no suspects.

In other recent Upper Arlington Police Division reports:

* "Other property" valued at $20 and $5 in cash were stolen from a man's unlocked vehicle while parked on the 4800 block of Stonehaven Drive between 10 p.m. March 6 and 11:37 a.m. March 7.

* An 18-year-old man was charged with domestic violence after he allegedly pushed a female family member against a wall at 7 a.m. March 3 at a residence on the 2000 block of Pinebrook Road, causing the woman's head to twice strike the wall.

* A woman on the 2300 block of Woodstock Road said she returned home at 1:09 a.m. March 6 to find someone had ransacked her bedroom and taken a bottle of 56 prescription pills valued at $100. The pills were not identified.

* A woman on the 2700 block of Fairfax Drive reported someone stole a personal check written for $4,800 from her mailbox, forged and cashed it. The time and date for the incident wasn't provided in reports, but it was entered into the police log March 9.

* A 44-year-old Columbus man was charged with disorderly conduct after allegedly becoming combative and refusing commands with police at 6:24 a.m. March 7 near the intersection of Fishinger and Colchester roads.