From Conway Police Department reports
On Thursday, Oct. 7, police responded to a call about an item being stolen while a man was delivering a product. The man told police that he was making a delivery at O’Reilly Auto Parts around 8:45 a.m. and left around 9 a.m. He then headed to the Hole in the Wall Cafe and noticed that the work cell phone and work printer were missing. He told police that he knew he had it at O’Reilly Auto Parts because he printed tickets off of it.
Storage united theft
Also on Oct. 7, police responded to a call about a breaking or entering at a storage unit. The victim told police that around 1 p.m. the day before he visited his storage united for the first time is about three to six months and noticed that the lock to the door had been cut off. When he went inside, he saw that it had been “extensively rifled through” and several things were stolen.
Among the items stolen included two different stereo sets, a dining table, a set of drawers and bedroom set, 300 CDs, 200 DVDs, a Samsung TV, along with various tools and a silverware set. The value of the stolen items totaled over $7,000.