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Police Beat 6/11/14: Refrigerator stolen from porch

Posted: June 11, 2014 - 10:28am

Among the incidents recently reported by the Conway Police Department:

Theft on Brookside Drive

A resident reported Monday that someone backed a truck up to her house and stole a refrigerator that was sitting on the porch of her residence. She told police she heard people on the porch but she thought it was some neighborhood children playing on the porch. She reported her neighbors saw a Chevrolet S-10 pickup back up to the house and two men load the refrigerator into the back of the truck.

Robbery at the 2400 block of Washington Avenue

A resident reported he was taking out the trash before leaving for work when a man wearing a red bandana on his face approached him, pulled a gun on him and told him to empty his pockets. The victim pulled his keys out of his pocket and tossed them on the hood of his car. A second man approached and began talking with the gunman. The gunman again told the victim to empty his pockets, to which he responded his keys were all he had. The two men then ran away. Police searched for the suspects but were unable to find them.

Burglary on Niagara Falls

A resident reported a man came into her home through her unlocked back door and started going through her belongings and putting things in a backpack. She said she saw him and he ran away. The man got away with two cellular phones and $65 cash, along with a purse, wallet and their contents.

Breaking or entering at the 1600 block of Middle Road

A resident reported that someone entered her vehicle and stole a two-screen in-car DVD player, a cordless drill, a flashlight, a reciprocating saw, a socket set and a toolbox full of tools. Total value was $725.

Motor vehicle theft on Irby Drive

An Alabama man reported that someone stole his son’s Kawasaki Ninja while it was chained up at a residence on Irby Drive. It was valued at $2,500.

Theft on Second Street

A woman reported that someone stole her son’s bicycle during the night while it was outside on the front porch. It was valued at $100.

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