Among reports recently released by the Conway Police Department:

1. Theft of property at 2625 Donaghey Ave. (Double Dip Doughnuts). Victim reported Monday that someone stole a stainless steel proofing cabinet from behind his business. The victim said the cabinet was at least six feet tall and four feet wide and had water and electrical connections.

2. Theft of property at 2000 block of Harkrider Street. Victim reported Monday that 60 hydrocodone pills were missing from her purse. The victim believes she may know the suspect.

3. Fraudulent use of a credit card at 1155 Skyline Drive. (Walmart). Victim reported Monday that two fraudulent charges had been made using her bank account. The victim said a $280 charge was made to Walmart, before a $500 transaction occurred at Tractor Supply.

4. Residential burglary at 110 block of Conway Blvd. Victim reported that sometime between 4:20 and 9:17 p.m. Monday someone entered her residence and stole two laptop computers. The victim believes the suspect gained entry through a bedroom window.

5. Breaking or entering at 320 block of Ingram Street. Victim reported Monday that someone stole several items from his semi truck. A box of Nutrigrain snackbars, a swivel-head flashlight, a pair of Jack & Jenny work gloves and a new pack of Basic cigarettes were missing from the cab of the truck. The victim’s bunk had also been disturbed.

6. Residential burglary at 1500 block of Robinson Avenue. Victim reported Tuesday that someone had broken out a window in their garage. The suspect also entered a vehicle and stole a set of keys from the center console.

7. Harassment at 2200 block of Tyler Street. Victim reported Tuesday that she believes someone is following her and her house has been bugged. The victim said she believes someone hooked up a cable modem to her house and, using an IP address, is “downloading her location and events in her life to an MP3 player.” The victim said she found an MP3 player in her daughter’s VCR after her daughter came running out of her room crying because she heard bird noises. The victim also believes the suspect has hacked into her cell phone and is using Bluetooth technology to bug her vehicle and phone. The victim believes she may know the people involved.

8. Residential burglary at 900 block of Knights Drive. Victim reported Tuesday that someone entered her residence and stole a laptop computer. The victim said she had left the door unlocked.

(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.)