Several incidents of vandalism and mischief were reported in the last few days.
On Dec. 15, light globes were stolen from five yards on Gate Post Road.
On Cartwright Parkway, a resident reported Dec. 13 that his Christmas lights were cut and damaged again, for the third time in two weeks.
A car driving by a house on Raccoon Trail about 1 a.m. Dec. 15 was hit with eggs.
On Dec. 17, someone threw two dozen eggs at a house on Diane Circle.
And on Indianhead Lane, kids kept ringing a doorbell and running Dec. 15. The resident followed the kids to a house on Pomeroy Boulevard and talked with a mom, but she didn't believe him.
Police went to the house and gave the kids and parents a talk about mischief.
A South Marks Road resident arrived home about 12:30 a.m. to find someone had broken into his house.
Guns were among the items stolen.
Theft from Vehicle
A GPS was stolen from the glove compartment of a car parked in a driveway on Kylemore Drive the night of Dec. 15.
The car was unlocked.
A woman in the PNC bank lot on Royalton Road told police she heard two gunshots about 2:20 a.m. Dec. 13.
Officers couldn't find anything amiss.
Auto Part Missing
A catalytic converter was stolen from a vehicle in a carport at a Whitney Road apartment Dec. 13.
Police checked out two men hanging a sign on the I-71 bridge on Royalton Road about midnight Dec. 16.
Officers learned they were waiting for someone who was coming home from the military. The sign said "Welcome Home."