If there's one thing i hate in this world, it's a thief.

Thievery, to me anyways, is one of the lowest lows. Maybe it's because I've worked essentially nonstop since i was fifteen years old and worked incredibly hard for everything I have. I just have no respect for anyone who steals. That's one reason I'm rushing to write this article as soon as possible to help catch another no-good thief.

Our friends with the Desoto Parish Sheriff's Office need your help to track down a lazy criminal. This guy decided it would be a good idea to break into a car at the Relay Station in Frierson, LA. Clearly, he is not the brightest criminal on the block, because he broke into a car at the Relay Station, which of course, has high-def security cameras pointed in any and all directions.

Luckily for us and the Desoto Parish Sheriff's Office, those cameras were able to capture our bad guy with crystal clear imagery. Not only that, but we also got a perfect look at his truck. At the time of the break-in, our lazy no-good thief was driving a pretty nice black Chevrolet pick-up truck. One that I'm sure he wouldn't like getting broken into.

Desoto Parish Sheriff's Office is asking anyone who can help in any way to call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-505-7867, or Lt. Reggie Roe with the Criminal Investigation Division at 318-872-3956 ext 243. Also to help incentivize a good lead, Crime Stoppers will pay up to $1,000 for any tip that leads to the identification or arrest of this suspect. In order to give a tip to Crime Stoppers, you do not have to identify yourself.

Help spread the word and let's get this guy off the streets and away from our vehicles!

Desoto Parish Sheriffs Office
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