Among reports recently released by the Conway Police Department:

1. Residential burglary at 900 block of S. German Lane. Victim reported Saturday that she left her residence for about 20 minutes and returned to find that it had been broken into. The victim stated that the doors and windows were locked when she left. Missing from the residence were a 32-inch Emerson flat screen television, an XBox 360 gaming system and an HP laptop computer. Witnesses said they saw two black males exit the residence. One suspect exited through the front door carrying a black bag, while the second suspect exited the apartment through a window carrying the television.

2. Criminal mischief at 2401 Christina Lane (Salem Place Nursing and Rehab Center). Victim reported Monday that sometime between 2 and 3:40 a.m. the windshield of her vehicle had been busted while the car was parked in the business’ parking lot. 

3. Residential burglary at 1900 block of Hogan Lane. Victim reported Monday that he awoke to find his front door cracked open. There were no signs of forced entry, and the victim’s wallet was missing from the residence.

4. Commercial burglary at 1400 E. W. Martin Drive (FMC Technologies). The shop manager reported Monday that sometime over the weekend someone entered the business and made entry into a pickup parked outside. The manager stated that the suspect drove the truck inside the building and peeled out on the shop floor. The suspect ran over a can of red spray paint, causing it to burst. The suspect parked the truck in the lot outside the business. There was damage to the rear passenger side, the passenger side and the front driver side. Two hubcaps were also missing from the vehicle. An automatic cooler was missing from inside the business. There were no signs of forced entry into the business. A notepad with a song lyric written in black marker was found at the scene. 

5. Residential burglary at 800 block of E. Siebenmorgen Road. Victim reported that sometime between July 12 and Monday someone gained entry to her home and took several items. The victim stated that the windows on her back door had been broken with a brick. Missing from the residence were about $400 work of costume jewelry, $10 in quarters and $5 in pennies.

(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.)