Among reports recently released by the Conway Police Department:

•Fraudulent use of a credit card, various locations.

Two Conway residents recently filed reports with the Conway Police Department concerning fraudulent charges to their bank accounts.

One victim, a 55-year-old chiropractor, told police he noticed an accountant had been stealing money from his business.

Upon further review, the victim said he discovered charges dating back to May 31, and estimated the accountant had taken at least $15,000 from his business account. The victim said he noticed several charges ranging from car repairs, Walmart receipts and Sonic receipts, among others.

Another victim, a 34-year-old Conway woman, said she recently discovered several transactions on her debit card. The charges included two $150 transactions at a Texas Walmart, a $141.36 transaction at Party City, and another $84.56 transaction at the same Texas Walmart.

•Theft of property, Byron Drive.

A Conway woman says she believes her 14-carat white gold necklace was recently stolen from her home during an open house.

The 36-year-old Conway woman says her home was shown by a realtor on Oct. 16, and has not seen the necklace since after that date.

The victim said the necklace has blue diamonds and hand-carved gold. The necklace was valued at $2,070 in the police report.

•First-degree criminal mischief, Pike Ridge Road.

A Conway man says his rent house, located in the 1500 block of Pike Ridge Road, was recently entered and vandalized.

The 62-year-old victim said the home is currently empty, but would soon have tenants. The victim showed police tracks made in the garage, and boot marks on the door indicating how the suspects gained entry into the home.

Once inside, the home owner showed police a toilet, which had been vandalized. Trash was also discovered in the lawn, police said.

The victim said the home currently has a "For Rent" sign in the yard, and also said he expected the vandalization to stop once the sign is taken down.

The victim said he has seen police patrols in the past, and asked officers to, in the future, attempt to photograph any vehicles present at the home.

Damage to the home was estimated at $100 in the police report.

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