by Dawne Massey
October 13, 2016
Categories: Be on the Lookout
Topics: Eighth District, Traffic Fatality/Hit and Run
UPDATE: A female pedestrian who was struck by a vehicle in a traffic incident this morning on Loyola Avenue has died.
by Ambria Washington
October 5, 2016
Categories: Be on the Lookout, Videos
Topics: Burglary/Theft, Eighth District
The NOPD is looking to identify three unknown suspects who were seen on surveillance video burglarizing an unlocked vehicle in 700 block of Spain Street.
by Aaron E. Looney
September 30, 2016
Topics: Eighth District, Missing Person/Runaway
UPDATE: Liisa Mudist has been found today (Sept. 30) in good health.
by NOPD PIO
September 19, 2016
The NOPD is searching for a suspect responsible for theft in the 900 block of Canal Street.
NOPD is searching for a suspect wanted in connection to a theft that occurred in July.
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