Any person who has ever been victim to a thief breaking into their home can tell you about the unsettling feeling that it leaves you.

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Some never get past that sense of fear. Just imagine that the thief didn't wait until you were gone and broke into your home using force while you were there?

Completely different crime with untold fear.

According to the Bossier City Police Department, they are looking for a suspect in a crime that took place last Thursday, September 22, that is just like that.

In a press release from the Bossier City Police, we learn that detectives are looking for a black male they believe may be involved or may have information related to an armed robbery and a home invasion in the 2600 block of Benton Rd, in Bossier City.

Anyone with information is asked to call Bossier Crime Stoppers or call Bossier City Police Department Violent Crimes Division.

Anyone with information who wants to remain anonymous and be eligible for a cash reward is asked to call Bossier Crime Stoppers at 318-424-4100, or log onto www.p3tips.com to submit your tip via the web. For a secure and password-protected mobile app for your smart device, go to the App Store and download the free "P3tips" mobile app. No caller ID, no recorded lines, no tracking cookies, no saved IP address. ANONYMITY IS GUARANTEED!

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