Among the incidents recently released by the Conway Police Department:
• Residential burglary on Donnell Ridge Road.
A resident reported a break-in at her home sometime between April 5 and April 10, and she also reported a previous burglary a few weeks earlier. Someone forced their way into the garage both times, even after the resident placed a metal pin in the garage door track. Between the two burglaries, numerous tools, equipment, clothing and other items were stolen, at a total value of more than $4,000. The victim reported the person she suspects of being the offender knows when her job keeps her away from home.
• Vehicle break-ins at two homes on Royal Drive.
On Sunday, two residents in the neighborhood reported their vehicles had been broken into on Saturday night. From one vehicle a GPS and an Apple iPod Mini were stolen. From the other, a Smith and Wesson Sigma semi-automatic handgun was taken, which was valued at $500.
• Residential burglary on Natchez Trail.
A resident reported that while he was sleeping, someone came into his garage and took his .45 caliber pistol from the center console of his vehicle.
• Motor vehicle theft on Davis Street.
A resident reported someone stole his roommate’s Kawasaki motorcycle from the driveway of their residence while the two of them were at Waffle House. The motorcycle was valued at $5,000.