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.
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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.