Among reports recently released by the Conway Police Department:
• Motor vehicle theft at 10 block of Azalea Loop.
A resident reported that at some point between Sunday and Thursday a thief or thieves stole an Arctic Cat XT650 four wheeler with a Warn 3000 winch and chromed wheels.
• Residential burglary at 1500 block of Dogwood Trail.
Victim reported that at some point between 4 and 7:30 a.m. on Wednesday a thief or thieves got into her garage and stole a Garmin GPS unit, two credit cards, and about $30 cash. The victim provided police with a list of the places her cards had been used or attempted to be used at, and surveillance camera footage was being collected.
• Residential burglary at 100 block of Grand Falls.
At some point between about 8 and 9 a.m. on Tuesday, while the resident was on the school run, a thief or thieves kicked in the door of her home. The only thing missing was a bottle of Oxycodone pills.
• Vehicle break-in at 1700 block of Appalachian Drive.
The victim reported that at some point between Sunday night and Monday morning a thief or thieves got into her car and stole an iPhone, checkbooks, credit cards, and a stethoscope.
A woman reported getting an $1,900 check in the mail and instructions on being a “secret shopper.” She deposited the check and went shopping, spending almost all of it. Then she found out that the bank had determined that the check was bogus and her account was badly overdrawn.
• Shoplifting at 1155 Skyline Drive (Walmart).
At around 1 p.m. on Thursday an alleged thief fled from Walmart carrying stolen items, according to the report. The man was last seen running towards the Burger King, and an officer found him there in a bathroom stall. According to the report, the man admitted to have shoplifted and helped the officer by telling him where he had stashed the merchandise. He was arrested on suspicion of theft of property.
• Found property.
Someone left two wristwatches at the county tax assessor’s office on March 27. Staff there held on to them expecting someone to come looking for them, but decided on Thursday to turn them in to police. The watches are being held as found property.
• Service to the community/doing the right thing at 2600 block of Prince Street.
A local mother on her way to visit her children at Children’s Hospital locked her keys in her car on Wednesday. The officer told the woman that police are only supposed to use their unlock kits in cases where there is an immediate emergency, and she didn't meet the criteria.
“However,” the officer wrote in his report, “she explained that she was currently unemployed and could not afford to pay a wrecker or locksmith at the time and desperately needed to get to Little Rock.” The officer unlocked her car.