COLUMBIA — Late Thursday night, Columbia police recovered an officer's personal car that was stolen from her driveway.
A CrimeStoppers caller claimed to have seen the vehicle, which police recovered in front of 3603 Westwind Drive in northwest Columbia. The officer's home is in the southwest portion of Columbia, according to a news release.
The officer was warming up the car in her driveway when it was stolen Monday morning. It had been left unlocked.
The car was not damaged. It was inspected for evidence and returned to the owner.
The investigation into who is responsible for the theft is still ongoing, the release said.