Cash Reward If You Can Help Bossier Police Locate Casino Thief
For the life of me, I just cannot understand how anyone today could be so ignorant as to think they could commit any type of crime in a casino that went unnoticed. Yet, we have another prime example today.
It's not like surveillance cameras are something new to casinos and their associated hotels. Remember when Julia Roberts laid it all out there for Andy Garcia in the blockbuster movie "Ocean's 11?"
They are ALWAYS watching, yet again, someone thought they could be so sneaky that the camera wouldn't see. Obviously, our latest candidate for the "Idiot Of The Year Award" was wrong. However, he still has yet to be apprehended, so Bossier Crime Stoppers has put a bounty on his head.
The Bossier City Property Crimes Division is asking for assistance in identifying the subject pictured here.
Police records indicate that on April 16 of this year, the victim was at Boomtown Casino and placed his wallet and phone down while he walked over to another machine for less than a minute.
When the victim returned both of them were gone. Bossier City Police state the subject in the photo above allegedly took the items and later tried to use the cards at multiple stores in Bossier City.
Anyone with information who wants to remain anonymous and be eligible for a cash reward is asked to call Bossier Crime Stoppers at 318-424-4100, or log onto www.p3tips.com to submit your tip via the web.
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