Among reports recently released by the Conway Police Department:
1. Commercial burglary at 1601 E. Siebenmorgen Rd. (Simon Intermediate). An employee of the school reported Friday that two juveniles entered the building and stole several items. The employee stated that the suspects would play on school property and leave food around the building. The employee said that several pens, markers, drinks and candy had gone missing. The school’s security camera showed the suspects enter the school and rummage through cabinets, classrooms and freezers. The employee believed that the suspects entered the school through unlocked doors.
2. Breaking or entering at 1600 block of Middle Road. Victim reported Friday that his medication and radar detector were missing from his vehicle. The victim stated that he had left a window down on the car.
3. Breaking or entering at 1000 block of Harrison Street. Victim reported that sometime between 2:45 and 5 p.m. Saturday someone had broken into her vehicle. The victim stated that the passenger side window had been broken and an iPod Touch was missing from inside the vehicle.
4. Criminal mischief at 1700 block of Duke Street. Victim reported that sometime between 10:30 and 11 p.m. Friday unknown individuals had thrown toilet paper and women’s feminine hygiene products all over her front yard. The victim also reported that sometime between 6 and 6:30 p.m. Saturday toilet paper had been strewn across her lawn again.
5. Breaking or entering at 900 S. Amity Road. (Communter Parking Lot). Victim reported Sunday that someone had broken the driver’s side window of his truck while it was parked in the commuter parking lot. The victim stated that nothing was missing from the vehicle, but the suspect had dumped iced tea inside the truck.
6. Theft of property at 1 block of Pamela Lane. Victim reported Friday that a washer and dryer were taken from her rent house. The victim stated that the tenant had recently moved out without notifying her, and she has been unable to contact him.
(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.)