Among reports recently released by the Conway Police Department:
•Theft of property, Donaghey Avenue.
The Corner Pantry, located at 1632 Donaghey Ave., recently reported a grate was stolen from its car wash.
Officers were shown video surveillance, which shows a silver or gold-colored, four-door vehicle with tinted windows drive into the car wash area around 6:53 a.m. and leave minutes later on Thursday morning.
Police said the video shows that when the vehicle entered the area, the trunk was closed, however, upon leaving the car wash area, the vehicle’s trunk is open and appears to have an object hanging out of it. Officers were unable to get a license plate number from the footage.
Police said the vehicle was the last to drive through the area before the grate was missing. Police contacted local scrap yards, however, no grates were sold to them Thursday.
The grate was valued at $500 in the police report.
•Fraudulent use of a credit card, various locations.
Two reports were recently filed with the Conway Police Department concerning unauthorized charges to bank accounts.
A 53-year-old Conway woman told police she recently discovered a $250 charge from Walmart in Dardanelle on her card.
A 26-year-old Little Rock woman says her wallet was stolen Tuesday, and had discovered multiple charges on her bank account made in Little Rock and Conway since the theft.
Charges in Conway included a $195.62 charge at Walmart and a $10.83 charge from Burger King.
•Residential burglary, Westlake Drive.
Westlake Apartments says multiple items were recently stolen from one of the complex’s demo rooms.
An employee told police he was moving three televisions into one of the demo rooms, and stated a black male and black female, who did not live at the complex, watched as he did.
The employee said he received a call from a tenant around 9 a.m. Wednesday stating the door to the demo room was open. The employee responded to the area, and found a window broken and all three televisions missing.
Police were unable to obtain fingerprints from the scene.
The televisions were valued at $700 in the police report. Damage to the window was estimated at $150.
•Vehicle breaking or entering, Pebble Beach Drive.
A Conway woman says her vehicle was recently entered while parked outside her residence in the 3000 block of Pebble Beach Drive.
The 47-year-old victim said she left her laptop in her vehicle around 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, and discovered it missing around 10:45 p.m.
The victims said it also appeared her car had been searched for other items, although nothing else was reported missing.
The laptop, issued to the victim by her employer, was valued at $1,300 in the police report.
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