Among reports recently released by the Conway Police Department:
1. Criminal mischief at 700 block of Mallard Lane. Victim reported Tuesday that someone attempted to steal his vehicle. The victim said his wife pulled out of the driveway and noticed that the hood was up and the driver’s door was open on her husband’s vehicle. The passenger side window had also been broken out. Nothing was missing from the vehicle.
2. Criminal mischief at 2200 block of Broadview Ave. Victim reported Tuesday that someone had hit his vehicle and fled the scene. The victim said that he and the suspect had gotten into an argument inside the residence. When the suspect left, the victim said he heard a collision outside. The victim noticed that his truck had been hit in the right front bumper. Officers were eventually able to make contact with the suspect who admitted to purposely backing into the victim’s vehicle to “get back at him.”
3. Robbery at 1000 block of Donaghey Avenue. Victim reported Tuesday that he was robbed by two men. The victim said he had gone in an apartment building to do laundry. When he walked back to his car, he was “mugged.” The victim said the men punched him twice, knocking him to the ground. One suspect put his knee into the victim’s back, while the other held his legs. One of the men took the victim’s wallet from his back pocket. When the two men allowed the victim off the ground, he punched them, before they ran away. The victim described the suspects as white males in their mid to late 20s. One suspect wore blue jeans and a gray hooded jacket, and the other wore jeans and a black hooded jacket.
4. Commercial burglary at 801 Ingram St. (Brinkley Mortgage Corp). Officers arrived on scene and found the front door of the business kicked in. A suspect attempted to steal a flat screen television but were unsuccessful. The owner said nothing was missing from the business.
5. Theft of property at 1300 block of McKay Avenue. Victim reported that sometime between 8 p.m. Dec. 22 and 11 a.m. Wednesday someone took a black Smith and Wesson .38 revolver from her bedroom closet. The victim said there have been no signs of forced entry, but there have been several visitors to her residence recently.
(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.)