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|CPSO probing burglaries|
Concordia Parish Sheriff's Office investigators are probing a number of recent burglaries, according to Sheriff Randy Maxwell.
"There are suspects in these cases," the Sheriff stated, "but we are asking the public for additional help."
Maxwell urged residents to notify CPSO immediately if they suspect an intruder is attempting a break-in, or if they discover anything amiss at their residence or business.
"There was an attempted break-in on Lake Concordia a few nights ago," Maxwell added, "where the homeowner did not call us until the following day -- even though he had confronted a man attempting to enter his home."
The Sheriff said extra patrols are being assigned to areas that are seeing the most criminal activity, and he urged area residents to not only lock up their own possessions and homes, but to watch out for their neighbors as well.
"This is a tough economic time and, sadly enough, that's when we see a rise in burglaries."
Maxwell further asked that area residents write down and have available the serial numbers to all valuables. "It's extremely important to be able to tell investigators the serial numbers to guns, computers, television sets and other items like these. This helps us track down the stolen items and most often, the suspect."
Investigator David Hedrick said that there are suspects in several cases currently under investigation.
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