A Columbus man recently reported his trailer was stolen, along with a number of tools and construction equipment.

According to Upper Arlington Police Division, reports, the theft took place at 5:42 p.m. April 18 on the 5000 block of Arlington Centre Boulevard.

The man said someone took his trailer valued at $8,000, building supplies valued at $1,600, construction equipment valued at $500 and tools valued at $3,000.

Additionally, the man reported one of his trucks received $800 worth of damage. No details were provided as to how the trailer was stolen.

In other recent Upper Arlington incident reports:

* A man on the 4300 block of Riverside Drive reported someone stole a personal check from his mailbox that was written in the amount of $510 and was forged and cashed for $4,900. No date and time was provided for the incident, but it was entered into the UAPD log April 21.

* A gas station on the 3100 block of Riverside Drive reported someone broke into the business and stole $375 worth of consumable goods. No date or time was provided, but it was entered into the UAPD log April 21.

* A man on the 3500 block of Prestwick Court reported someone cut the top to his convertible, causing $2,500 in damage, and stole $5 of loose change. No time or date was provided, but it was entered into the UAPD log April 14.