Feb 122020

Suspect in the Bike and Board Shop on Oak Street. (via NOPD)

The NOPD is seeking a subject involved in a theft incident that occurred on Jan. 30.

The man pictured above entered the New Orleans Bike and Board Shop, 8136 Oak St., to test ride a bicycle. He never returned to the store. The bicycle is valued at $1,400. Continue reading »

Jan 312020

New Orleans Police Department Second District Commander Jeff Walls speaks Thursday to a capacity crowd at the NOLA VFW hall about vehicle break-ins. (Nicholas Reimann, Uptown Mesenger)

By Nicholas Reimann, Uptown Messenger

When it comes to stopping the surge of vehicle break-ins plaguing New Orleans, there is little that police can do, NOPD Second District Commander Jeff Walls told a packed crowd at a community meeting Thursday at the NOLA VFW hall on Lyons Street. “Your frustration is our frustration,” he said. Continue reading »

Dec 042019

Screenshots from video taken in the 1200 block of Austerlitz Street (via NOPD)

The NOPD is seeking information to aid investigations into auto break-ins and burglaries that occurred Sunday, Dec. 1, in the Touro and Carrollton areas.

Surveillance cameras caught an attempted burglary in the Touro area around 1:15 a.m. The pictured dark-colored SUV or van was observed in the 1200 block of Austerlitz Street. Continue reading »

Mar 092019

Car break-in suspect seen on surveillance footage (via NOPD)

NOPD officers are searching for two suspects who are wanted in connection with two auto burglaries in the Fontainebleau neighborhood.

The victim told police that on Feb. 17 at about 9:30 a.m. she entered her vehicle in the 8000 block of Belfast Street and observed that the center console was open and her radio system was missing. Continue reading »

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