Suspect caught on video

A surveillance camera rolled while figure walked toward a 2005 Polaris Ranger the night it was stolen, say cops

Staff Report
November 08, 2006 at 3:56 pm  | Mobile Reader | Pring this storyPrint 

BY DARK OF NIGHT. Video captures suspect. If you know this person, call the police - they want to chat.
BY DARK OF NIGHT. Video captures suspect. If you know this person, call the police - they want to chat.
LULING - The theft of a $12,000 Polaris Ranger at a home on River Road in Luling was caught by a video surveillance camera set up at the victim’s residence.

On November 1 at 3:00 am, the unknown person in the above photos was caught on tape at the time of the incident, according to Sheriff Greg Champagne.

He is suspected of stealing the green off-road vehicle, which was parked under the carport of the victim’s home when it was stolen. This person was caught on camera walking toward the carport the night it disappeared.

Public Information Officer Capt. Pat Yoes is asking anyone who thinks they can identify this person to view the actual video footage on the the department web site at: www.stcharlessheriff.org.

The pictures are dark, and don’t show facial features, but Yoes is hoping that someone will recognize this person by his stride and his shape.

“If you click on the Polaris link on our site it shows him walking across the screen,” said Yoes.

This incident is actively being investigated. Anyone with any information should contact Detective Pertuis at 985-783-1135 or 985-783-6807or call Crime Stoppers at 1-877-903-STOP. Citizens do not have to give their name nor testify and could receive up to $2,500.




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