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CPSO: Car break-ins occurring in employee parking lots

SHREVEPORT, LA (KSLA) -

Caddo Sheriff's Investigators seek information about a string of car break-ins that are occurring in employee parking lots.

Investigators have received reports of four vehicle burglaries in the south Shreveport area since mid-October. Two occurred on October 18 on Kay Lane off Youree Drive, and two occurred on Oct. 22 on Paxton Road off St. Vincent. There were also two attempted car burglaries on Paxton Road.

Detective Terry Richardson says another six vehicles that were broken into but not reported may be connected to the same offenders.

All of the break-ins occurred during business hours in employee parking lots. The men are targeting CD/DVD players with graphics screens and vehicles with TV monitors.

Authorities captured on video a vehicle the men drove as they committed two vehicle burglaries and two attempted vehicle burglaries on October 22. The vehicle appears to be a late-model Nissan Rogue or Nissan Murano.

Anyone with information about the burglars is urged to call the sheriff's office at 675-2170.

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