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Video: Louisiana Sheriff's Lieutenant's Crimestoppers Video Goes Viral

July 25, 2015  | 

VIDEO: Louisiana Sheriff's Lieutenant's Crimestoppers Video Goes Viral

A Crimestoppers video showing the July 8 robbery of a Louisiana supermarket as narrated by a lieutenant from the St. Landry Parish (La.) Sheriff's Department has gone viral on Facebook and the Internet.

The video is more than just the usual information about the crime and request for information. In it Lt. Clay Higgins tells the thief how much he likes the business and promises that he will be caught, as the people he thinks like him don't like him enough to turn down a $1,000 reward.


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Jon Retired LEO @ 7/28/2015 1:44 PM

You are right about people liking money more than thieves friendship Lt. Higgins. I have no idea what pot goes for but a Grand would buy a pot smoker some weed.

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