Among reports recently released by the Conway Police Department:
•Aggravated robbery, First Avenue. A Conway man says he was carjacked at gunpoint Tuesday afternoon while at a friend’s house in the 700 block of First Avenue.
The victim, 34, said he arrived at his friend’s residence after picking up groceries for her at Kroger. The victim said he took the groceries inside to his friend, and noticed a man in his vehicle as he was exiting the residence.
The victim, who later told police he knew the man from jail, said he opened the door of his car to ask the man, identified as a 38-year-old Conway resident in the police report, to exit the vehicle. The victim said the man then produced a “large, black revolver” and pointed it at him.
The victim said he backed away from the vehicle, and the man left in the vehicle, eastbound. The vehicle is listed as a blue 2005 Nissan Altima and valued at $8,000 in the police report. The victim stated the vehicle also had 20-inch rims and tinted windows.
The victim told police he then entered the man’s vehicle, which was left at the residence, and drove around the block to search.
Police said the victim described the man as a bald black male with a goatee, wearing blue shorts, and a blue and white tank top.
Officers said the victim left the scene before providing police with a voluntary statement.
•Theft of property, Rachel Drive. A Conway woman says several items were stolen from her husband’s trailer, which was parked at their residence in the 1400 block of Rachel Drive.
The woman said her husband noticed several lawn tools missing from the trailer when leaving for work around 6:15 a.m. Wednesday.
Police said the couple last saw the items around 8 p.m. Tuesday.
The items listed in the police report included a Kawasaki seedeater, Stihl edger and hedge trimmer, among other items. The total value of stolen property was listed at $1,050 in the police report.
•Motor vehicle theft, Skyline Drive. Conway police were able to locate a vehicle that a woman said was stolen while she and her husband were in Walmart, located at 1155 Skyline Drive, on Tuesday night.
The woman said she and her husband entered the store around 7:25 p.m., and found the vehicle gone when they exited the store around 8 p.m.
The woman said she had recently been harassed by another woman, who she believed could have been responsible.
The vehicle was identified as a black Lexus SC430 and valued at $23,000 in the police report.
Police were able to find the vehicle in the parking lot around 12:41 a.m. Wednesday.
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