Among incidents recently reported by the Conway Police Department:
• Residential burglary on Puma Drive
A family returned home after a few days away to discover their home had been burglarized. The suspect or suspects had caused a lot of damage to the home, according to a report. A glass fish aquarium had been pushed over, leaving broken glass and dead fish all over the floor. Attempts to remove televisions from their wall mounts caused damage to the mounts, and in one case damage to the wall board. The victims reported the home was in such disarray they could not fully account for what was missing. Among the items stolen were three televisions, a projector, a BluRay player, jewelry, a video game console and a keyboard. Total value was $4,200.
• Breaking or entering at 2125 Harkrider St.
A Conway man reported Tuesday that while he was working out at 10 Fitness, someone broke into his car and stole his wallet. Also, another gym member reported someone broke the window of her vehicle around the same time while she was in the gym. She reported nothing missing.
• Residential burglary on Edith Circle
Police responded to a burglary in which the back door of the home had been forced open. Two ATVs were stolen from the garage, along with three flat screen televisions and other items. Total value was $11,520.
• Motor vehicle theft at 1355 Exchange Ave.
An employee of Caldwell Toyota reported Tuesday that someone stole a 2004 Lincoln Navigator from the car lot. It was valued at $11,427.
• Residential burglary at the 1800 block of Tyler St.
A resident reported someone broke into her apartment and stole clothing, jewelry, a laptop and an iPad. Total value was $2,900.
• Residential burglary at the 400 block of Second Street
A Conway woman reported someone apparently broke into her home and stole a video game console and three pairs of shoes. Total value was $550.