A woman had her car stolen during a burglary of her Chalbena Avenue home on Tuesday, Columbus police said.
The 28-year-old drove by her home around 3:30 p.m. and saw her front door open. She pulled into the driveway, left the car running and approached the door, reports state.
That’s when a man “rushed” her, pointed a black handgun at her and told her to move, police said.
The suspect then got into her 2004 gray Honda Accord and fled, reports state.
Police said the front door of her home was kicked in, causing $500 in damage. The woman was uninjured.
In addition to the car, a $200 diamond ring was stolen, police said.
Police are searching for three men in their mid-20s.