Among reports recently released by the Conway Police Department:


1. Breaking or entering at 700 block of Cherub Drive. Victim reported Friday that his backpack was stolen from his vehicle. The silver Tumi backpack costs about $300 and contained a Kinesiology book, a gray Gucci wallet, valued at $350, and $60 in Euros. The victim stated that he may have left the vehicle unlocked.

2. Computer fraud at 1700 block of John Bryant Drive. Victim reported Saturday that he was possibly involved in a scam. The victim stated that he made contact with a male suspect about a car for sale online. The suspect stated that he was a lieutenant in the Army in Naples, Italy, and needed to sell his car immediately. The victim wired $2,900 to the suspect. The victim said that the suspect kept delaying the date of delivery of the car, and eventually he could not get in contact with him.

3. Breaking or entering at 1000 block of McNutt Road. Multiple vehicle break-ins were reported Sunday. The first victim reported that a window in his vehicle was broken and a Jenson stereo/CD player, a TV screen, and an iPod Touch were missing from inside. A second victim also reported a broken vehicle window. Missing from the vehicle were an Oklahoma driver’s license, a social security card and an Oklahoma unemployment credit card. The third victim reported that a rear window in his vehicle had been broken and a set of keys were missing from inside. The fourth victim also reported a broken rear window in his vehicle. The victim stated that his company laptop computer and bag with several cables, as well as his company cell phone were missing from the vehicle.

4. Criminal mischief at 3400 block of Irby Drive. Victims reported Wednesday that their vehicles had been vandalized. The victims stated that a 2010 Ford Mustang and a 2007 motorcycle had been wrapped with Saran Wrap and covered in sunflower seeds and flour.

5. Breaking or entering at 3500 block of Cutter Ridge Road. Victim reported Friday that her purse, cell phone and pistol were missing from her vehicle. The victim stated that she had left the vehicle unlocked.

6. Criminal mischief at 1100 block of Cumulus Drive. Victim reported Tuesday that her vehicle had been vandalized. The victim stated that she took her car to the dealership after it broke down unexpectedly. The victim said that mechanics at the dealership found a substance much like Elmer’s Glue in the gas tank.

(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.)