Among reports recently released by the Conway Police Department:

 

1. Residential burglary at 1800 block of Tyler Street. Victim reported Sunday that someone had entered his residence through an unlocked window and stole several DVDs and $60 in change. The victim believes a relative may have stolen the DVDs and sold them to Hastings.

2. Residential burglary at 10 block of MacArthur Drive. Victim reported Sunday that the front door of her residence had been kicked in and her television was missing.

3. Residential burglary at 1800 block of College Avenue. Victim reported that sometime between 11 a.m. and 1:15 p.m. Monday someone gained entry to his residence by breaking the glass in the back door. An Acer laptop, a Dell laptop and $230 cash were reported stolen.

4. Theft of property at 2400 block of Sapphire Drive. Victim reported Tuesday that a former roommate had stolen two paintings from her home. The victim said the suspect still had a key and garage door opener to the residence.

5. Breaking or entering at 404 S. Harkrider St. (365 Fitness). Victim reported Monday that someone entered his vehicle and stole his wallet and Droid cell phone. The victim said he left the keys to his vehicle on the key board near the entrance of the gym. The victim believes the suspect gained entry to his vehicle by taking the keys from inside the business. There were no signs of forced entry. The suspect also used the victim’s credit card twice later that day.

6. Fraudulent use of a credit card at 1000 block of Doodle Circle. Victim reported Monday that someone used her debit card number to make several unauthorized online purchases totaling $250.

7. Theft of property at 2700 block of Arrow Smith Lane. Victim reported Tuesday that his 14-foot utility trailer with a green Yamaha Rhino parked on it had been stolen from his property. The victim said the trailer hitch was locked with a combination lock.

8. Breaking or entering at 2700 block of Dave Ward Drive. Victim reported Tuesday that someone entered his unlocked vehicle and stole his wallet. The suspect also used the victim’s credit card at several locations.

(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.)