Among reports recently released by the Conway Police Department:
1. Residential burglary at 400 block of Durham Street. Victim reported Thursday that someone had kicked in the back door of his residence and stolen four Dodge factory wheels and an HP laptop computer. The victim stated that the door was locked.
2. Breaking or entering at 2800 block of Dave Ward Drive. Victim reported Thursday that $200 had been stolen from her safe at her residence. The victim stated that she discovered her safe had been moved from its original location and the lid was pried open. The victim said she may know the suspect.
3. Theft of property at 2000 Broadview Avenue. Victim reported Thursday that someone had stolen his bicycle from his residence while he was in the hospital. The victim stated that the bike was left unlocked and propped up against the outside wall.
4. Criminal mischief at 2051 Harkrider Street (Hortons Sinclair). The owner of the store contacted officers Wednesday after the sink in the women’s restroom was damaged. The sink had been broken off its base and was shattered into several pieces. The owner stated that around 5:45 p.m. Wednesday, a car pulled into the station and the female suspect came inside requesting the women’s restroom key. The owner said that when the suspect had not returned the key by 6:15 p.m. he sat in his vehicle to see if anyone would come out of the restroom. The owner stated that when the female suspect and an unknown black male exited the restroom around 7 p.m., he could see the damaged sink. When the owner questioned the female suspect about the damaged sink, she became hysterical and the owner contacted police. The owner of the store believes the suspects were having intercourse in the restroom and caused the sink damage. The female suspect stated that she went into the restroom to change clothes and fix her hair and makeup. She said she was very sweaty because it was hot in the restroom. The female suspect stated that when she picked up her purse and makeup bag off the sink, it fell off the wall and shattered.
(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.)