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Police work at least 5 burglaries on Christmas Eve and Day

More than $5K in stolen property reported

Posted: December 26, 2013 - 1:33pm
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LEE HOGAN ILLUSTRAION
LEE HOGAN ILLUSTRAION

Conway police responded to at least five burglaries between Christmas Eve and Christmas Day, which resulted in more than $5,000 in stolen property.

In the entire week, officers have responded to at least 11 burglaries, which resulted in more than $16,000 in stolen property, according to department incident reports.

Conway police responded to at least one burglary on Christmas Day. The burglary occurred at an apartment in The Links at Cadron Valley. Officers were sent to another burglary at the same apartment complex around 10:48 p.m. Monday. The Conway Police Department log of service calls indicates officers responded to one other burglary report in the 800 block of Crestliner Drive. The log indicates a report was filed, however, the report was not included in a file of finalized incident reports Thursday morning.

On Christmas Eve, officers responded to four different burglaries that resulted in $3,649.99 in stolen property and $200 in reported damages.

Police worked two burglaries Christmas Eve night that occurred at duplexes located next to one another in 2600 block of Bruce Street. The acts of larceny culminated in more than $1,000 in stolen property.

Another Christmas Eve burglary produced almost $2,400 in stolen property. Officers were dispatched to the residence, located in the 500 block of South Davis Street, around 1:16 a.m.

The victims told police the home was entered between Dec. 19 and Christmas Eve. Various items such as clothes, computer hardware and video game equipment were reported stolen.

In the two days prior to Christmas Eve, Conway police responded to six burglaries, which culminated in more than $10,000 in stolen property and $300 in property damage.

Two burglaries, reported within an hour of one another Sunday night on Helen and Watkins streets, resulted in $8,100 in stolen property.

According to finalized accident reports, Conway police also worked at least four vehicle accidents on Christmas Eve.

(Staff writer Lee Hogan can be reached by email at lee.hogan@thecabin.net or by phone at 505-1246. Follow Lee Hogan on Twitter at twitter.com/LCD_LeeHogan. To comment on this and other stories, log on to thecabin.net.)

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