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Reward offered in Beauregard Parish burglaries

News release From Beauregard Parish

Beauregard Crime Stoppers is offering up to $2000 for information leading to the arrest of person(s) responsible or the recovery of property in two burglaries occurring in DeRidder the first week in January.
 
The first involves the burglary of a vehicle parked on W. 6th St. in DeRidder in which a Nikon digital camera and pistol were taken. The pistol is described as a 35 cal. Glock automatic black in color.
 
The second involves the burglary of a business at 354 Highway 26 in Deridder in which it was reported that over $8,200 worth of tools, guns and jewelry were taken. Theft occurred sometime between the 2 and 4th of January while the owners were away. A bostitch finishing gun, two bostitch framing nail guns, three crawfish pots, a Ruger Single Six revolver, a Lincoln Compact Welder, a 42" Sony Projection Screen TV, a 1904 6.5 cal. Italian Sniper Rifle and several pieces of jewelry were among the items taken.
 
Anyone with information leading to the arrest or recovery of the stolen items is encouraged to call Crime Stoppers at 1.800.273.1374 or 337.462.8918. All calls are confidential.   

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