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Financial crimes task force searches Bossier City business

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Agents with the task force could be seen removing bags of evidence from the Legacy business office of the manufactured homes sales and service company late Wednesday morning. Agents with the task force could be seen removing bags of evidence from the Legacy business office of the manufactured homes sales and service company late Wednesday morning.
BOSSIER CITY, LA (KSLA) -

White collar crimes investigators executed a search warrant Wednesday morning at a Bossier City business.

Bossier City Police Department spokesperson Mark Natale confirms the warrant was served by the Bossier Financial Crimes Task Force at Legacy Homes at 3500 E. Texas Street as part of an ongoing investigation.

Police are not releasing many details, but they do say the business itself is not the target of the investigation.

KSLA News 12 reached out to Legacy Homes of Louisiana owner, Jimmy Salley, who said he was shocked when police came knocking at his door.

"They said that they had a search warrant. We couldn't imagine what for. They showed it to us. We just fully cooperated with them. We had no idea that this was going on. We're going to fully cooperate. They thanked us today for the level of our cooperation," Salley says.

Agents with the task force could be seen removing bags of evidence from the Legacy business office of the manufactured homes sales and service company late Wednesday morning.

No arrests have been made.

The Bossier Financial Crimes Task Force is composed of white-collar crime investigators with the Bossier City Police Department and Bossier Parish Sheriff's Office.

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