Among reports recently released by the Conway Police Department:


1. Residential burglary at 1900 block of Chicot Drive. Victim reported that sometime between 9 a.m. July 12 and 6 p.m. Thursday someone broke into her residence for the second time that week. The victim stated that the suspects used the same entry point. Missing from the residence were two ceiling fans, two light fixtures, three checkbooks, a 46-inch LG flatscreen television and a jewelry box containing family heirlooms.

2. Theft of property at 1000 block of Front Street. Victim reported Thursday that her vehicle was broken into. The victim stated that her vehicle was locked, but her purse was visible. The passenger side front window had been broken, and there was damage around the handle on the front passenger door. A Samsung cell phone, purse, wallet, $300 cash, prescription drugs, checkbook, driver’s license, credit cards and a Sony mp3 player were missing from the vehicle.

3. Residential burglary at 2300 block of Old Morrilton Hwy. Victim reported Saturday that sometime between 2 and 5:30 a.m. someone had entered their residence and taken several items. The victim stated that the door was found unlocked when she returned home. Missing from the residence were an HP Deskjet printer, several Craftsman tools, a Craftsman tool box, an iPhone, a black iPhone otterbox, a checkbook and credit cards.

4. Theft of property at 1000 block of Front Street. Victim reported Saturday that the passenger side window of his vehicle had been broken and a pink iPod nano was missing.

5. Criminal trespassing at 1400 block of Hartje Lane. Victim reported Monday that he woke up to find a black male suspect collecting aluminum cans out of his trash. The victim stated that he heard someone crunching aluminum cans in his back yard. The victim said he took a flash light and a wooden paddle outside and found the man digging through his trash. The victim stated that the suspect began backing away and eventually fled on foot. The victim said that he threw the wooden paddle at the suspect but was unsure if it hit him.

6. Breaking or entering at 945 S. Amity Road. (Commuter Parking Lot). Two victims reported vehicle break-ins Saturday at the commuter parking lot. The first victim reported that the front driver’s side window as broken, and someone had rummaged through his vehicle. The victim stated that several CDs were missing from the truck. After responding to the scene, officers noticed a second vehicle had been broken into. The front driver’s side window had been broken. Officers were unable to contact the owner of the vehicle to determine if anything was missing.

(Those with information pertaining to these reports or any unsolved crime are urged to contact CPD’s tip line at 450-6135. Staff writer Stephanie Fischer can be reached at 505-1238.)