Among reports recently released by the Conway Police Department:

 

1. Breaking or entering and criminal mischief at Maplewood Drive and Sprucewood Drive. Multiple victims reported that sometime overnight between Saturday and Sunday windows were broken out of their vehicles. Five vehicles were reported as having a broken window, but nothing was missing from inside. One of the vehicles had also been ransacked.

2. Theft of property at 2400 block of Washington Avenue. Victim reported Tuesday that his 1990 Oldsmobile was stolen. The victim stated that the vehicle was locked. There are no known suspects.

3. Criminal mischief at 1800 block of Royal Drive. Victim reported Wednesday that his son’s truck had been vandalized. The victim stated that the truck was covered in shaving cream, chocolate syrup, Italian dressing, honey and an unknown blue liquid. The victim said the suspects also defecated in the bed of the truck and threw eggs at the residence and on another car parked in the driveway.

4. Breaking or entering at 4800 block of Shepherd’s Creek Drive. Victim reported that sometime between 6:30 p.m. Tuesday and 7:45 a.m. Wednesday someone entered his unlocked vehicle and stole multiple items. Missing from the vehicle were the victim’s wallet, social security card, $200 cash, debit card, driver’s license, Walmart gift card and a Target gift card.

5. Breaking or entering at 500 block of Audubon Place. Victim reported that sometime between 10 p.m. Tuesday and 6 a.m. Wednesday someone entered his vehicle and took his Kimber .45 caliber pistol. The victim said the truck was left unlocked.

6. Breaking or entering at 5100 block of Galleria Cove. Victim reported Wednesday that items were stolen from his work truck and personal truck while they were parked at his residence. The victim stated that both vehicles were left unlocked. Missing from the work vehicle were a laptop computer, wallet, credit cards, social security card and $50. The personal truck was missing $80.

(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.)