by NOPD PIO
October 6, 2016
Categories: Be on the Lookout
Topics: Missing Person/Runaway, Seventh District
UPDATE: Seventh District detectives discovered this missing person’s vehicle abandoned in the Seventh District. NOPD is still searching for Dwayne Cobbins (DOB: 11/09/1973). This investigation is still ongoing.
by Aaron E. Looney
September 30, 2016
Topics: Burglary/Theft, First District
The NOPD is looking for an individual believed to be responsible for a taking a package from the front porch of a home in the 3200 block of St. Ann Street on September 28, 2016.
Topics: Burglary/Theft, Second District
The NOPD is looking for two individuals in connection with a stolen vehicle, narcotics and a firearm.
An unknown male suspect reportedly committed a shoplifting at the Walgreens Pharmacy at 3700 South Carrollton Avenue on September 9, 2016. The NOPD is seeking the public’s assistance in identifying and locating this suspect.
Categories: On the Beat
When the driver of an 18-wheeler lost control of his vehicle and crashed into a canal on I-10 earlier this month, it was the NOPD Search and Rescue Unit that helped in extracting the vehicle.
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