Seven Conway residents reported vehicle break-ins to Conway police on Monday morning.

The break-ins were reported at The Ridge at Meadowlake apartments, the Germantown Apartments and The Pointe Conway Apartments.

According to incident reports, the break-ins resulted in $1,530 worth of stolen property, including cash, purses, clothes, GPS and debit cards. The crimes also resulted in several broken windows, which totaled $1,300 in vehicle damage.

Three break-ins were reported at both The Ridge at Meadowlake and the Germantown Apartments, and one was reported at The Pointe Conway Apartments.

In previous occurrences of several vehicle break-ins, police said while it appears the break-ins are related, a definitive answer cannot be given without further information and a possible suspect.

Of the seven break-ins reported Monday, six vehicles were locked. In those six cases, five instances resulted in a broken window. The remaining victim said he believes the suspect removed one of his vehicle’s windows to gain access.

Only two victims stated to police the property that was stolen was located out of plain sight. Police have previously said vehicle break-in victims are reminded to lock all doors, and remove all items in the vehicle from plain sight.

No suspect information was provided in the incident reports.

Police also responded to a report of criminal mischief at 7:57 a.m. Monday at the Rock Creek apartments at 375 Monroe St. The 24-year-old victim said she found the passenger side window of her vehicle to be broken.

The victim told police it appeared no items were stolen from the vehicle. Damage to the window was estimated at $750 in the police report.

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