Among reports recently released by the Conway Police Department:

•Theft of property, Oak Street.

A Fred’s shopper says his bicycle was stolen Wednesday evening while inside the grocery store in the 200 block of Oak Street.

The 48-year-old Conway man told police he left the bike outside the store around 7:20 p.m., and returned about 10 minutes later to find it missing.

The bike was valued at $300 in the police report.

•First-degree criminal mischief, Caldwell Street.

Rice was found to be the reason a Conway woman’s van suddenly broke down Tuesday morning.

A mechanic discovered the rice in the vehicle’s fuel tank and filter while completing repair work Wednesday.

The woman, 36, was unable to provide police with possible suspect information. Damage to the vehicle was estimated at $200 in the police report.

•Breaking or entering structure, Dave Ward Drive.

A Conway woman says her storage unit, located in the 2700 block of Dave Ward Drive, was recently entered, and more than $200 worth of property was stolen.

The 47-year-old victim told police the offense occurred sometime between 4 p.m. Tuesday and 9:30 a.m. Wednesday.

Officers observed forced entry at the storage unit, noting two cuts to a latch where a pad lock once was.

The victim said a stereo system, a tent, sleeping bags, and various kitchen items were among the $250 worth of stolen property.

No suspect information was listed.

•Fraudulent use of a credit card, Various locations.

Two Conway residents say they recently noticed unauthorized charges on their bank accounts.

One victim, a 32-year-old woman, said she noticed several charges made in Houston, Texas after attempting to use a pre-paid debit card for an online purchase Tuesday night.

The unauthorized charges totaled $260, and were processed at two different Kroger stores and a Redbox.

Another victim, a 20-year-old woman, said she recently noticed six purchases, all made in California. The purchases were processed at various locations, including Panda Express and Chevron.

•Vehicle breaking or entering, Meadowlake Road.

A Conway woman says her vehicle was recently broken into at her apartment at The Ridge at Meadowlake apartments in the 2200 block of Meadowlake Road.

The 23-year-old victim told police she discovered her passenger window broken, and her purse missing, around 7 a.m. Wednesday. The victim said her vehicle was parked in the location since shortly after midnight.

The purse, and its contents, were valued at $70 in the police report. Damage to the vehicle was estimated at $400.

The break-in was at least the fifth reported at The Ridge at Meadowlake apartments in October. The previous four were reported last week the same day as three other break-ins were reported at a South Conway apartment complex.

Combined, the break-ins have resulted in $1,620 worth of stolen property and $2,000 in vehicle damage.

•Cyberbullying, Rio Grande Road.

A Conway woman says she has been harassed online by a fellow eBay user.

The 26-year-old victim said the harassment has been ongoing, which resulted in her filing a successful complaint with eBay. Following the complaint, the user has posted negative comments about the victim, which she says has affected her income and business.

The victim told police the user has referred to as a con artist, and also stated the user’s comments have caused her problems with selling items, and have also resulted in her being blocked by some vendors.

(Staff writer Lee Hogan can be reached by email at lee.hogan@thecabin.net or by phone at 505-1246. Follow Lee Hogan on Twitter at https://twitter.com/LCD_LeeHogan. To comment on this and other stories in the Log Cabin, log on to www.thecabin.net. Send us your news at www.thecabin.net/submit)