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$200,000 Missing from New Orleans Police Evidence Room

June 25, 2009  | 

Investigations into missing evidence determined that about $200,000 was taken from the New Orleans Police Department's evidence and property room, Superintendent Warren Riley said Wednesday.

Speaking at a news conference at police headquarters, Riley said the police investigation into the missing money is ongoing and that suspects have been identified. He said he plans to respond to the audit report after a meeting with staff later this week.

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