A burglary after a break-up has led the victim to believe her ex-husband was back inside her home.
Conway police were called to an apartment on Bruce Street after the woman who lived there had stated her apartment was broken into and two items were missing, including $5, which was supposed to go to her son after he lost a tooth. A hammer was also missing.
The woman stated that she had tried to reconcile with her ex-husband, but when that did not work, she had placed several of his items outside of the apartment and had gone to a friend's house to stay for the night. She told police that his name was not on the lease and he did not have a key.
At about 8 p.m., her neighbor called her and said that her ex-husband was inside the apartment. When she got back the next day, she noticed that $5 on the refrigerator to give to her son for losing his tooth was gone. Aso missing was a hammer on the washing machine. She checked behind the appliances to make sure it did not fall back behind there.
She saw screws laying around the front door and noticed that the door frame was damaged and then attempted to be repaired.
Police observed that the offender kicked the door open to enter the apartment. After taking the two items, they attempted to fix the door frame. police tried to contact the neighbor, but she was not available.