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Another Cash In A Flash Crook Caught

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Police have taken Kaleb Michael Conley into custody. He was found yesterday at the home of an acquaintance in the 4200 block of Paul Street.  Danielle Stephanie Walker remains at large.

Back on February 8, due to an anonymous tip, BCPD Property Crimes Detectives were able to identify the four suspects in the case of the stolen shotgun from Cash in a Flash Pawn shop. As a result detectives have arrested 18-year old Jason Blake May and 25-year old Micah Faron Walker.  Police have obtained warrants for 18-year old Kaleb Michael Conley and 31-year old Danielle Stephanie Walker. All of the suspects are from Shreveport and each faces a charge of theft of a firearm. Police are asking anyone with information concerning the whereabouts Conley and Walker to call Bossier Crime Stoppers at (318) 424-4100. Bossier Crime Stoppers is offering a reward of $315 to anyone who can help police locate Conley and Walker. (Note: Conley is the suspect who was seen on security camera video taking the shotgun out of the pawn shop).

(Original news release issued February 2, 2012)

POLICE SEEK SUSPECTS CAUGHT ON CAMERA STEALING SHOTGUN FROM PAWN SHOP

         

            Bossier City police are asking the public for help with identifying the suspects involved of the theft of a shotgun from a local pawnshop this week. The theft happened on January 31, 2012 at the Cash in a Flash pawn shop in the 4600 block of East Texas Street.

            The four suspects, two males and two females, were caught on security cameras while they were inside the business. As the two females distracted an employee, one of the male suspects, who is seen wearing a light blue baseball cap and dark colored hoodie, took a shotgun from a display rack and concealed it behind some shelves. After his three accomplices walked out of the pawn shop, the suspect grabbed the shotgun and ran out of the business.

            All four suspects then drove away in a white four-door Dodge pickup truck with a black bed liner. Anyone who can help police identify any of the suspects is asked to call Bossier City police detectives at (318) 741-8697.

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