2 sought in connection with 3 St. Rose burglaries
Caught on camera by home surveillance
The St. Charles Parish Sheriff’s Office has issued warrants for Joseph Delay, 40, and Michael Kendrick, 19. The last known address for both men was 1455 Laurel Drive, Apt. 3 in Metairie.
The three burglaries, which all took place during the day, occurred blocks away from each other. One of the homes had surveillance equipment and several images of two men authorities believe were Delay and Kendrick were caught on camera.
Capt. Pat Yoes, a spokesman for the St. Charles Parish Sheriff’s Office, said that witness statements combined with the video footage led to the identification of both men.
Electronics were the main target of the burglars, who escaped with several TVs, a PlayStation 3 and a Wii game system, Yoes said.
Anyone having any information on the whereabouts of either of the men is asked to contact Det. Lance Richards at (985)783-1135 or (985)783-6807.
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