Among reports recently released by the Conway Police Department:
• Found property at 1601 S Donaghey Ave., Ellen Smith Elementary School. Police were dispatched to the school on a call about a gun found on the playground. A Conway Police Department officer found a pistol BB gun, according to the incident report. The school’s resource officer will review security footage to determine how the gun got to school grounds.
• Shoplifting at 1155 Skyline Drive, Walmart. An asset protection associate confronted three subjects when one was observed concealing a pregnancy test. When the associate approached the group, the report states the subjects shouted profanities at her and fled the store. According to the incident report, at least two of the subjects were recognized by store employees.
• Breaking or entering a vehicle at 3100 block of Cleburne Cove. The victim stated someone entered his unlocked vehicle in the night and stole a Laser Ace range finder, an LED flashlight and a video camera.
• Theft of property at 1002 E Oak St., Days Inn. The victim filed a report with police after someone stole his boat from the hotel’s parking lot.
• Breaking or entering a vehicle at the 10 block of Flintstone Drive. The victim stated someone gained entry to her unlocked vehicle and stole her purse.
• Found property at 1601 Hogan Lane, Centennial Apartments. The manager of the complex contacted police when possible drug related items were found in a vacant apartment. The items included a glass bong, glass pipe, cut straw and a glass plate.
• Information report at 1155 Skyline Drive, Walmart. A woman made a complaint to police after a "suspicious person" approached her at Walmart. According to the woman, the man approached her while she was in the clothing section of the store with her 4-year-old daughter. The woman said the man made conversation about missing children and about a recent missing girl that had been on the news. According to the woman, the subject "teared up" and stated he didn’t know why parents didn’t watch their children, "and couldn’t understand people selling their children."
According to the woman, the subject then asked her if she had ever considered selling her child.
The report states that when the man asked the woman’s name, she refused, and he walked away.
Walmart employees were going to review security footage and "watch for the man."
• Breaking or entering a vehicle at 2270 block of Meadowlake Road. The victim stated someone gained entry to his unlocked vehicle and stole a video camera, CDs, a camera and cables.
• Breaking or entering at 2320 Stout St., U-Save Self Storage. The victim state someone stole her television, a DVD player, a printer, calculator and miscellaneous photos and art work from her storage unit.
• Breaking or entering a vehicle. A 1-A City Cab driver told police someone broke the van’s rear passenger window and stole a GPS unit.
• Breaking or entering a vehicle at 1900 block of Jefferson Street. The victim stated someone stole her purse from her unlocked vehicle.
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