by Aaron E. Looney
April 25, 2018
Categories: Be on the Lookout
Topics: Homicide, Sixth District
The NOPD is seeking information concerning a vehicle of interest in the investigation of a homicide that occurred on April 18, 2018 at the intersection of First Street and South Claiborne Avenue.
by Ambria R. Washington
Topics: Armed Robbery, Fourth District
The NOPD is searching for a black 2014 Ford F150 Lariat truck that was taken during an armed carjacking.
Topics: Burglary/Theft, Fourth District
The NOPD is seeking to identify and locate two suspects seen on surveillance footage in connection with a vehicle burglary in the 2600 block of General Meyer Avenue on April 24, 2018.
Categories: Community, On the Beat, Videos
Topics: Community Policing, Third District
The NOPD’s Third District has a couple of new sets of wheels for use in patrolling local neighborhoods.
Topics: Eighth District, Simple Robbery
The NOPD is requesting assistance from the public in identifying or locating a vehicle of interest sought in connection with a simple robbery that occurred on April 20, 2018 near the intersection of Poydras Street and Convention Center Boulevard.
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