Conway authorities are investigating after a rash of break-ins occurred on the same street over the weekend, according to police reports.
A string of eight incidents was reported on Sunday and Monday and happened on Rosehaven Drive, off U.S. 701, authorities said.
Police said about seven people reported that their cars were broken into, and one man additionally said buildings he owned were burglarized and items valued at a total of $1500 were taken.
Authorities said that there were no signs of forced entry at most of the incidents, but one person reported seeing a large brick-shaped mark on the front passenger-side window of his car, according to a police report.
The 55-year-old male victim said at about 4:45 a.m. Sunday he noticed a white truck leaving the area when he was going to work. Once the victim arrived at work, he noticed the brick mark on his car and was later told that his son had found a large brick in the front yard, authorities said.
Police said they checked the window for fingerprints, but did not find any evidence.
A 39-year-old man reported on Sunday that keys were taken from his car, and that his neighbor later found them lying in the road near his home, authorities said.
A 41-year-old male victim told police on Sunday his car was broken into on Rosehaven Drive, and that his loaded 9mm Taurus handgun was missing from the center console of his car, according to a report.
Other things taken from cars included clothes, sunglasses, a vehicle registration, CDs, and other miscellaneous items.
Police also said a 71-year-old man reported on Sunday his car was broken into after he forgot to close his garage door the night before on Rambling Rose Lane, which is just off of Rosehaven Drive.
The victim told police that it appeared nothing was taken, but he could tell someone had been through his things inside the car, according to the report.
Authorities said they found three latent fingerprints from the front passenger door of the car broken into on Rambling Rose Lane, and only four latent fingerprints were discovered on one of the cars broken into on Rosehaven Drive, police said.
Anyone with information about these incidents should contact the Conway Police Department at 248-1790.