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I'm sure there are plenty who feel the same way I do about this. I can't stand a thief.  Yet, they are a constant reminder of the evil in some people's hearts.

We live in a tough world these days.  Amidst all the difficulties brought on by the COVID pandemic, it has been hard enough to keep a job and actually keep working. So, for someone to steal from you what you've sacrificed to pay for with your own hard earned dollars, especially in this unprecedented time, is a tough pill to swallow.

A bartender at a local casino is having to deal with those issues right now. Bossier Sheriff’s Office detectives are asking for the public’s help in identifying a woman wanted for theft from the Red River Casino on Barksdale Boulevard.

Detectives say that on July 28 around 11:40 pm at the Red River Casino, the cell phone of the bartender on duty was stolen by the woman seen in these pictures.


Detectives say the woman is believed to be between 20 and 30 years of age and that she fled the casino in this grey Dodge Caliber.


Okay, so you might be thinking, "It's just a cell phone, what's the big deal?" It wasn't HER cell phone. That bartender might have children who had no way to contact them without the phone. They might not have the money to replace it, but why should they? It wasn't HER cell phone.

So, help if you can.  If you have any information that can help identify this woman, please call the Bossier Sheriff’s Office at (318) 965-2203.

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