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Burglar in cowboy boots, ball cap sought just after allegedly stealing countless numbers in computer software program | Criminal offense/Police

Ascension Parish sheriff’s deputies are wanting for a man who strode into a Geismar enterprise on a new early morning donning a baseball cap and trousers tucked into his cowboy boots and allegedly stole more than $100,000 in computer program.

The burglar still left the business enterprise on La. 30 in a gentle colored Ford Explorer with the stolen software package and other merchandise, deputies said in a Fb submit Tuesday.

Deputies stated they think the male had a stolen employee essential card and was in a position to enter the business devoid of pressured entry about 1 a.m. June 17.


This gentleman stole laptop or computer program from a Geismar company, Ascension sheriff’s deputies claimed, after using what is believed to be a stolen essential card, potentially in his appropriate hand, to enter the company about 1 a.m. June 17. The male was captured on small business stability footage.

The burglar was caught on surveillance cameras and the theft was reported about 7 several hours afterwards, just after the house owners arrived for the workday, deputies explained.

Anybody with information and facts that can support in this investigation really should the Ascension Parish Sheriff’s Business office anonymously at (225) 621-4636 or by texting 847411 to the sheriff’s nameless idea line or simply call Crime Stoppers at (225) 344-Cease (7867).

Tipsters will have to phone Better Baton Rouge Crime Stoppers to obtain a funds reward.