Among reports recently released by the Conway Police Department:


1. Breaking or entering at 1500 block of E. Dave Ward Drive. An employee of Hambuchen Electric reported that sometime between 6 p.m. Monday and 7 a.m. Tuesday someone took over $18,000 worth of equipment off a trailer. The employee stated that the suspect broke the lock off the trailer. Missing from the trailer were a Pacific diesel generator, a shop fan, a Greenlee hydraulic KO set, a concrete steel saw, an electric jack hammer, a trench shovel, Greenlee fish tape, a DeWalt battery, work lights, a neutral lug kit, a Lincoln 140 mig welder, a roll of 3/0 THHN, a roll of 500 MCN, 480v disconnects, a rotary hammer, a Hole Hawg drill, a skill saw, an angle grinder and three hand pipe benders.

2. Breaking or entering at 1700 block of S. Salem Road. Victim reported Tuesday that her vehicle had been broken into the night before. The victim stated that the suspect broke the passenger side window and gained entry to the vehicle. The victim said a brown and taupe bag containing her wallet was stolen. The wallet was later located at Westbury Apartments, but was missing the vicitm’s debit card and a payroll check.

3. Criminal mischief at 400 block of Second Street. Victim reported that sometime between 10:30 p.m. Monday and 9 a.m. Tuesday someone covered her vehicle in ketchup while it was parked at her residence.

4. Breaking or entering at 10 block of Rosanne Drive. Victim reported Tuesday that three vehicles had been broken into at his residence. The victim stated that he was not sure if the vehicles’ doors had been locked. The first vehicle was missing $5, a second vehicle had cigarettes and $5 in change stolen and the third vehicle was missing a Dell laptop computer and AT&T air card.

5. Theft of property at 2400 block of Donaghey Avenue. Victim reported Tuesday that his tractor’s backhoe was stolen from a construction site. 

6. Breaking or entering at 1700 block of S. Salem Road. Victim reported that sometime between 3 p.m. Monday and 11:45 a.m. Tuesday someone gained entry to her vehicle and stole several items. The victim stated that she does not know how the suspect entered the vehicle, because she believed the doors were locked. Missing from the vehicle were several CDs, a CD case and a steering wheel cover.

7. Indecent exposure at 801 Elsinger Blvd. (Kohl’s). Victim reported Tuesday that a man exposed himself to her while she was eating lunch in her vehicle in the store’s parking lot. The victim stated that while she was eating the driver of a grey Dodge Ram pulled into the spot directly in front of her and exited the vehicle. The victim said the driver lit a cigarette and turned his back to her. The victim stated that the suspect unzipped his pants and turned around, exposing himself. The victim said she immediately backed out of the parking space and called police. The victim said the suspect entered the store when she left, but officers were unable to locate the man.

(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.)