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NEW ORLEANS (WGNO) — New Orleans police released details on a pair of burglaries at the same business that happened over a one week period.

Both burglaries targeted the Shell gas station at 4600 General DeGaulle Boulevard.  One happened on May 11 and the other on May 18.  Also, both crimes happened in a similar fashion with the burglar smashing the store’s front door glass.

In the first case, on May 11, police identified a suspect.  He is 27-year-old Eric Perry.  To see a photo of Perry, click on the video button above.

ShellAlgiersAccording to police, after breaking into the Shell station, Perry stole several packs of cigarettes and money from the store’s register.

Police do not have a suspect named in the second burglary on May 18.  But they released surveillance footage that shows how it went down.  In the videos, you see the burglar smash the store’s glass and steal cigarettes, cigars, and cash from the register.  Click on the video above to see more of the surveillance camera footage.

If you can help police with the investigations, call CrimeStoppers at 504-822-1111.  You don’t have to reveal your name or testify, and you could earn a $2,500 reward.