WANTED: Thieves steal equipment from flood-damaged home in Livingston Parish
HOLDEN - Detectives with the Livingston Parish Sheriff's Office are seeking two suspects who were captured on surveillance video as they stole property from a flood-damaged home.
Deputies were called to the home off of Highway 441 in Holden on August 3. The sheriff's office says two thieves stole multiple items from the flood-damaged house, which is in the middle of the rebuilding process.
Cameras in the area captured the suspects as they made off with a 30-gallon air compressor and a five-ton floor jack.
Photos released by the sheriff's office show a female driving what appears to be a 2000 - 2003 red single cab Ford F-150 with chrome rims and a chrome gas lid as she pulls up to the home under construction.
Along with a male passenger, the woman can be seen loading the equipment into the back of the pickup truck before driving off.
Anyone with information is encouraged to call the sheriff's office at 225-686-2241.
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