On Monday, November 30, the Ascension Parish Sheriff’s Office responded to four residential burglary alarms that were located in the immediate vicinity of each other in the Prairieville area, according to Lt. Col. Bobby Webre.
Shortly after 12 noon, a residential alarm was received from a residence on Paces Pointe Drive located off of Highway 621. Deputies arrived on scene to find that the rear door was kicked in. Moments later at 12:40 p.m. deputies responded to Graystone Avenue in reference to an alarm activation where deputies found forced entry through the rear door where a flat screen TV and laptop was stolen.
Approximately 13 minutes later, another alarm was received from a Santa Fe Trail Drive residence off of Highway 73 where deputies discovered that there was forced entry to the rear door where nothing was stolen.
Shortly after 1 p.m., deputies received another residential burglary alarm from a residence on Bluff Road where the rear door was kicked in and a laptop was stolen from the residence.
As deputies continued the investigation, it was learned that a suspect vehicle, occupied by two occupants, were seen leaving the area. Surveillance video captured a white Chevrolet Impala with dark tinted windows and no license plate, added Lt. Col. Webre.
Anyone with information on this case is urged to contact the Ascension Parish Sheriff’s Office at 225- 621-INFO (4636) or by texting 847411 to our anonymous tip line from any cellular device or Crime Stoppers at 225-344-STOP (7867). To be eligible for a cash reward, you must contact Crime Stoppers immediately.