by Paris Holmes
November 25, 2019
Categories: Be on the Lookout
Topics: Simple Robbery
NEW ORLEANS – The NOPD is looking for information that can lead to identity and location of a subject involved in a robbery incident on November 23, 2019.
Topics: Fourth District, Simple Robbery
NEW ORLEANS – The NOPD is looking for information that can help locate a subject involved in a robbery incident that occurred on November 19, 2019.
by Aaron E. Looney
November 21, 2019
Topics: Eighth District, Simple Robbery
The NOPD is seeking the public’s assistance in locating and identifying multiple suspects in a simple robbery that occurred on November 19, 2019.
November 11, 2019
UPDATE: On November 9th, Third District officers arrested three of the four robbery suspects. NOPD is still looking for the suspect in the plain gray sweatshirt (pictured left).
November 8, 2019
NEW ORLEANS – The NOPD is looking for information that can lead to the arrest of a suspect involved in a robbery incident that happened on November 7, 2019.
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