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Wheel of Justice

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NEW ORLEANS -- The latest Wheel of Justice report takes a look at three pieces of security cam footage that show suspects stealing other people's property.

The first case happened on Sept. 13 in Gentilly.  According to the NOPD, a telecommunications worker left his iPad at a job site in the 1600 block of Paul Morphy Street.  Surveillance footage shows a black truck pass the scene then back up and stop.  The driver is then seen walking to the iPad and taking it.  According to police, the tracking system in the iPad had been disabled.

The second case happened the very next day in the 3600 block of Constance Street in the Uptown area.  Surveillance footage in this case shows a man sitting on someone's front porch while looking at a small stack of boxes that appear to be deliveries.  The footage shows the man pickup several boxes and walk away with them.

The third case also involves the theft of a box.  It happened on Sept. 16 in the 1500 block of 4th Street in the Garden District.  Security camera footage shows a woman walk past the front gate to the property then return moments later.  She's seen opening the gate and walking up the front steps of the home.  Moments later she walks back down the steps and into the neighborhood while carrying a large box.  Police say she also was walking with a slight limp.

If you can help solve any of these cases, call CrimeStoppers at 504-822-1111.  Remember, you don't have to reveal your name or testify in court to be eligible for a cash reward.

So far, more than 338 people have been booked after their cases rolled on the Wheel of Justice.


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