Among reports recently released by the Conway Police Department:

 

1. Residential burglary at 1400 block of Bean Street. Victim reported that sometime between 7 p.m. Saturday and 3 a.m. Sunday someone broke into his residence and stole several items. The victim stated that both doors were locked when he arrived, but he noticed marks from possible forced entry. The victim also said the bedroom window was unlocked, but not open. Missing from the residence were an Emerson 42-inch flat screen television, a Compaq laptop and an XBox 360. The victim stated that he may know the suspect.

2. Criminal mischief at 1400 block of Huebner Street. Victim reported Monday that the wires to his cable box were cut. The victim stated that he was watching a movie when his cable went out. The victim said he went outside and found all the wiring cut. The victim believes he may know the suspect.

3. Fraudulent use of a credit card at 600 block of Chestnut Street. Victim reported Monday that an internet company, www.iconmonster.com, had made an unauthorized charge using her debit card, causing an overdraft fee. The victim said she contacted the company, but the person refused to refund the money.

4. Theft of property at 1300 block of Museum Road. Victim reported that sometime between Aug. 10 and Monday someone cut the lock on her storage facility and removed all of the items. The victim believes her ex-husband may be a suspect. The victim said that the lock had been in place and the lease signed over to her name only on Aug. 10.

5. Theft of property at 2500 block of Simms Street. Victim reported Monday that her bicycle was stolen from her residence. The victim stated that the bicycle had a cable wire looped around it. The bicycle is described as red and silver with wide handlebars and a wide seat.

6. Theft of property at 900 block of S. German Lane. Victim reported Monday that her Kel-Tec handgun was stolen. The victim believes a juvenile male that lives in the area stole the gun.

(Those with information pertaining to these reports or any unsolved crime are urged to contact CPD’s tip line at 450-6135. Staff writer Stephanie Fischer can be reached at 505-1238.)