by Karen A Boudrie
January 24, 2023
Categories: Be on the Lookout
Topics: Burglary/Theft, Second District
The NOPD is asking for the public's assistance in identifying and locating two subjects wanted in connection with a residential burglary in the Second District.
On December 25, 2022, a residential burglary was reported in the 3000 block of General Taylor Street.
Through investigation, the above pictured, unknown suspects were identified as the perpetrators of this incident. Investigators say one of the suspects allegedly attempted to use the victim's credit cards at several area businesses but was unsuccessful.
Anyone with information as to the identity of these subjects or other information about this incident is asked to contact Second District detectives at (504) 658-6020 or Crimestoppers anonymously at (504) 822-1111 or toll-free at 1-877-903-7867.
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