Six new photos of “people of interest” in Walnut Street home-invasion

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(via NOPD)

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Police have released new images of two men whom investigators want to question in connection with a home-invasion robbery on Walnut Street earlier this month.

The photos, captured by a gas station video system, show the two individuals faces’ more directly than earlier surveillance photos of them in a Whitney bank.

Two victims were bound by duct tape at gunpoint by two masked men and a woman inside a house in the 400 block of Walnut Street the evening of Aug. 6. The intruders addressed the victims by name as they ransacked the house, Sgt. Chris Billiot has said, and then took jewelry, silverware and old currency, including Depression-era bills that men shown in the photos were inquiring about at the bank the Monday after the robbery.

Anyone with information about the identity of whereabouts of the men in the photos should call Second District detectives at 658-6020 or, to leave an anonymous tip that could be eligible for a cash reward, call CrimeStoppers at 822-1111.

(via NOPD)

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The previous image from Whitney bank. (via NOPD)

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