Three vehicles were broken into Monday night in an Applebees parking lot, Columbus police said.
The break-ins happened between 8-9 p.m. at the Gentian Road/University Avenue restaurant, reports state. The suspect or suspects shattered windows on three vehicles, taking contents from each one.
One car had $600 in newly bought childrens clothes taken from it. Another had a cell phone and checkbook stolen from it. The third vehicle had a duffle bag with clothes taken, police said.
No suspect description is listed. There have been no arrests.
This is the second time in a month that an Applebee's parking lot has had a string of break-ins.
Three cars were reported burglarized Sept. 14 outside the Applebees on Airport Thruway.
According to the police reports, the vehicles were broken into between 9 p.m. and midnight. All three had windows shattered. The suspect or suspects took a purse valued at $100, an iPod valued at $200 and an iPad worth $450.