Police Still Trying To Solve High School Burglary Case
Officials with the Acadia Parish Crime Stoppers program are hoping that someone can help them solve the burglary that happened at Iota High School March 10.
Two people can be seen on video surveillance at the school, but despite this fact, no one has come forward yet to identify the people responsible for stealing over $1,000 worth of stuff from the school. And really, they are stealing from taxpayers too.
According to the press release from Rachel Trahan at the Acadia Parish Sheriff's Office, these two people made of with Chromebooks, a Nikon camera and some t-shirts with Iota High School printed on it.
After ripping off the place, these two took south on South Third Street according to what the cameras picked up.
Officials with the Iota Police Department have given officials with Acadia Crime Stoppers the following description of the suspects based on the surveillance footage:
One suspect is said to be a white man somewhere between the late teens or early twenties when it comes to age with a small build. The person is said to have a slight physical body, and he was wearing some black shoes with dark-colored cargo pants.
The second person that police are seekiing is said to have been wearing a dark-colored Adidas jacket that has a white stripe down the sleeves. They say this man was wearing blue pants. He is also thought to be between late teens and early twenties when it comes to age.
This burglary happened at around 2:30 on the morning of March 10, 2020, and police say they can be seen climbing in through a window to get access into the school. The two then wandered around deciding what to steal.
Please help police get their two suspects behind bars.
You can easily give information about this case anonymously, and all it takes is your phone.
You call up Acadia Crimes Stoppers at 789-TIPS, or you can download the P3 app on your phone.
If you give up information that leads to an arrest in the case, you will get a reward of up to $1,000. But, don't wait to long to give up the information. The first person with information that leads to an arrest gets the reward money.