Among reports recently released by the Conway Police Department:
•Residential burglary, Brierwood Circle.
A Conway woman says her residence on Brierwood Circle was burglarized between Monday night and Tuesday afternoon.
The 57-year-old victim told police she works two jobs, and left her home Monday around 7 p.m., and did not return until 4 p.m. Tuesday.
The victim said her TV, some change and two diamond rings were missing when she returned.
Police found a window to the bedroom open, and three screens on the ground. Police also found an empty wallet outside that belonged to the victim. The victim stated the wallet was previously empty.
The victim told officers her side door was locked when she left, and unlocked when she returned. The victim also stated the front door was locked when she returned.
The amount of stolen property listed in the police report was valued at $1,000.
•First-degree criminal mischief, Harkrider Street.
Employees of the Bank of the Ozarks, located in the 500 block of Harkrider Street, noticed a broken window when arriving to work Tuesday morning.
Police said only the outer pane of the window was broken. Officers found debris from a rock where it struck the inner pane.
No entry was attempted, the police report states.
Damage to the window was estimated at $500 in the police report.
•Vehicle theft, Dave Ward Drive.
A Conway resident told police she thinks she knows who recently stole her vehicle, but would not state his name to keep him from getting into trouble.
The police report states the 21-year-old victim told police her keys were taken from her apartment, and her vehicle was stolen sometime between 10 p.m. Saturday and 10 a.m. Sunday.
The victim first told police she did not know who stole her vehicle, because she was asleep. The victim then told officer she was certain the vehicle was in Little Rock.
When asked why she was certain, the victim said she thought she knew who took her vehicle, but did not want to get him in trouble.
The victim would not provide any other details on the possible suspect.
The victim said her iPhone 5 and iPad were also in the vehicle.
The vehicle, a 2013 Nissan Versa, was valued at $20,000. The total amount of stolen property was valued at $20,800 in the police report.
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