Conway police responded to 245 E. Oak Street, Fred's, in reference to a shoplifter.
According to employees, a woman loaded up a store wheelchair with miscellaneous items and attempted to "rush out of the store."
The store manager told police a Fred's cashier ran after the woman and was able to get the wheelchair full of merchandise.
The cashier said the woman ran through the parking lot in front of the store.
A witness who was in the parking lot told police the woman entered a blue Ford F150, and that the vehicle crossed the parking lot and stopped at the Kroger gas station.
The witness told police he attempted to follow the truck as it left the gas station, but he lost sight of it.
An officer noted in the report that a Fred's plastic bag on top of the merchandise piled on the wheelchair had blood on it.
"I noted too that some of the items were stained with blood," the report stated.
Inside the pile of merchandise, an officer found a purse with the woman's driver's license.
Employees and the witness confirmed she was the subject who attempted to steal the merchandise.
The manager was advised of the warrants process.
Merchandise piled on the wheelchair included black jeans, a t-shirt, purse, mugs, a phone charger, Mountain Dew, a hair bow, a 32-inch TV, several packages of panties, speakers, and antiseptic wash.
Items were valued at just under $800.