by Aaron E. Looney
November 1, 2018
Categories: Be on the Lookout
Topics: Burglary/Theft, Second District
The NOPD is seeking the public’s assistance in locating and identifying two suspects believed to have committed identity theft and to have used the victim’s stolen debit/credit card at various locations.
by Danielle B. Miller
Topics: Burglary/Theft, Sixth District
NOPD officers are searching for the pictured subject after his alleged involvement in a simple burglary incident that occurred in the 2100 block of Thalia Street.
Topics: Burglary/Theft, Fourth District
The NOPD is seeking to locate and identify a suspect believed to be responsible for a simple auto burglary that occurred on October 31, 2018 in the 2600 block of Prancer Street.
Topics: Criminal Damage, Eighth District
The NOPD is seeking to identify and locate an individual suspected of damaging three law enforcement vehicles in the Eighth District on October 31, 2018.
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