Among reports recently released by the Conway Police Department:
1. Theft of property at 1155 Skyline Drive, Walmart.
Police were dispatched to the business in reference to a male subject running toward Harkrider who was suspected of theft. According to the report, police were not able to locate the subject, and when loss prevention employees attempted to stop the subject, he fled.
Employees told police they were sure the subject took tape, batteries and some shoe laces.
2. Breaking or entering a vehicle at 1000 block of Van Ronkle Street.
The victim told police her purse was stolen out of her vehicle while she was running errands. According to the victim, while she was at a shop on Van Ronkle, a male subject “was lurking around her vehicle.” The victim was unable to give a good description of the subject, but she believes he may have stolen her purse.
3. Theft of property at 3200 block of Nutter Chapel Road.
The victim told police someone stole five fishing rods from his boat parked in his yard. According to the victim, the rods were in the boat for about an hour and a half. They are valued at around $430.
4. Residential burglary at 10 block of Honeysuckle Lane.
The victim told police someone entered her home through a sliding glass door while she was out of town and stole several items from her residence. Most items stolen were already packed in boxes as the victim was about to move to another residence. The items are valued at around $2,000. A neighbor told police he saw a woman in the victim’s back yard, but thought she was “the cleaning lady.”
5. Information report at 2500 Old Morrilton Highway intersection.
A Conway officer responded to a call from an off-duty officer about a wounded deer at the intersection. When the officer arrived, the young male deer had a broken front leg. The officer notified a sergeant, who ordered the officer to destroy the animal. The officer wrote that he waited until there was no traffic in the area and then killed the deer.
6. Theft of motor fuel at 1030 Skyline Drive, Flashmarket Citgo.
Police were dispatched to the business for a report of an unknown motorist who pumped $44 in fuel and then drove away without paying for it.
7. Breaking or entering a vehicle at 501 Elsinger Boulevard, Target.
The victim told police while she was inside the store someone entered her vehicle and stole checks and other items. Store security footage showed a male walking around the parking lot checking door handles on the victim’s vehicle and others. The man was described as white and driving a silver Pontiac. The victim advised her weather stripping around one of her doors was damaged.
8. Breaking or entering a vehicle at 200 block of South Ash Street.
The victim told police while he was parked at a friend’s residence for a few minutes, someone entered his car and stole his phone and prescription narcotics. According to the victim, he used keyless entry to lock the door, but it may not have been functioning properly.