Among reports recently released by the Conway Police Department:

 

1. Breaking or entering at 1200 block of Cumulus Drive. Victim reported that sometime between 11 p.m. Sunday and 10 a.m. Monday someone stole several items from her vehicle. The victim believes she locked the vehicle’s doors, but no signs of forced entry were found. Missing from the vehicle were a pink Apple iPod, an iPod car charger and a Garmin GPS car charger.

2. Commercial burglary at 2300 block of Sanders Street. An employee of River Valley Plumbing reported Monday that a nail gun, its charger and two fuel cells were taken from a construction site. The employee stated that the owner of the company found three former employees on the work site. The employee believes the terminated employees may have taken the nail gun.

3. Breaking or entering at 4000 block of Irby Drive. Victim reported that sometime between 11:30 p.m. Saturday and 1 p.m. Monday someone entered her vehicle and stole $20 cash. The victim said the vehicle had been left unlocked.

4. Theft of property at 200 block of Fairway Drive. Victim reported Sunday that $4,000 was missing from her residence. The victim stated that she recently had the combination reset on her safe. Shortly after, the victim noticed $3,700 missing from the safe. She hid the remaining $300 in her dresser in her bedroom, but that money went missing, as well. The victim is allowing a woman she met through her granddaughter to live with her, and the victim and her family believe the woman may be the suspect.

5. Breaking or entering at 1800 block of Chicot Drive. Victim reported Sunday that items were missing from two vehicles at his residence. The first vehicle was missing two CDs, while a TomTom GPS and an Arkansas driver’s license were missing from the second vehicle. The victim said both vehicles were left unlocked.

6. Breaking or entering at 2700 block of Blaney Hill Road. Victim reported Sunday that someone had broken into his vehicle and attempted to steal it. The victim said the right rear window had been broken out and the steering column was removed. The victim stated that nothing was missing from the vehicle, but a cigarette was left on the dash and a set of keys were left in the ignition.

(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.)