More Conway residents have reported fraudulent charges stemming from their Centennial bank accounts.

The reports from Conway police indicated the residents noticed purchases on their accounts from various locations in Florida. The police reports recorded charges ranging from $35 to $325.94. The stores identified in the reports include Target, Home Depot and a grocery store.

According to the police reports, all victims have contacted or plan to contact Centennial Bank to obtain a refund.

These latest reports made with Conway police follow at least four other reports filed earlier this week by Conway residents who also noticed suspicious purchases made in Florida from their Centennial bank accounts .

Earlier victims reported charges on their accounts ranging from $146.92 to $753.58. The police reports indicate the transactions took place at Target, McDonalds, Home Depot, 7-11 and Walgreens.

Centennial Bank marketing director Eric King said all investigations are being handled by the Conway Police Department.

"One thing we always tell our customers is to make sure they always check their balances at the end of everyday," King said.

King said, at this time, he did know the exact number of reports that have been filed by Centennial Bank customers with Conway police.