Among reports recently released by the Conway Police Department:

•Third-degree battery, Kinley Drive.

A Mayflower woman says she was attacked by two females while at Beaverfork Lake on Tuesday.

The woman said she thought her child’s father, who she currently lives with, sent the women to beat her up.

Police said the victim had scrapes and abrasions on her face, and complained that her head and chest hurt. The victim also told police she became dizzy after the attack.

Police made contact with the woman while she was receiving treatment at the Conway Medical Center emergency room. The victim was still being examined when police arrived, so the full extent of her injuries was not known by officers.

The victim said the assailants were both white and described them as a tall skinny female with black hair, and a shorter, heavier woman with blonde hair.

•Vehicle break-in, South Donaghey Avenue.

A Conway man says his vehicle was broken into Monday night at his residence in the 1000 block of South Donaghey Avenue.

Police said they were unable to process the scene, because the 22-year-old victim reported the break-in from his place of employment in Little Rock.

The victim stated approximately 20 Xbox games, and an MP3 player was stolen from his car. The total amount of stolen property is valued at $600 in the police report.

Police say there are no suspects at this time.

•Theft of property, South Donaghey Avenue.

A Conway resident in the 400 block of South Donaghey Avenue says her ex-boyfriend stole her iPhone during an argument Tuesday morning.

After arguing about their relationship, the 21-year-old victim told police she asked her ex-boyfriend to leave, which caused him to become upset.

The victim said he took her iPhone before heading toward the University of Central Arkansas campus.

The phone was valued at $200 in the police report.

•Vehicle break-in, South Donaghey Avenue.

A Conway woman says her vehicle was recently broken into at her residence in the 1000 block of South Donaghey Avenue.

The 25-year-old victim told police she believes the break-in occurred between 10:30 p.m. Sunday and 8:45 a.m. Monday.

The victim said she got in the vehicle and started it before realizing that items were missing.

The victim reported her GPS, wallet, a debit card and a Walmart card missing. The items were valued at $210 in the police report.

The victim told police she thought the doors were locked, but was not certain.

Police were unable to locate any finger prints on the vehicle.

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