This is an archived article and the information in the article may be outdated. Please look at the time stamp on the story to see when it was last updated.NEW ORLEANS (WGNO) — The latest Wheel of Justice report looks at a business burglary in Treme that happened early in the morning on May 5th. According to police, a trio of burglars broke into the Community 6 Grocery in the 1900 block of Orleans Avenue. Police say the trio disabled the alarm system, but a signal was still sent to the monitoring company. You might think that the clock would start ticking for the thieves’ arrests. But if you check out the security camera footage from inside the store, you’ll see one of the thieves listening to his smartphone. According to the owner of the store, detectives believe the man may have been listening to a mobile app for cell phones that allows people to monitor police radio traffic. If that’s true, then the burglars might have been able to know in advance if police were on their way. They could also have a better idea of how long they could safely stay inside the store.