Henderson Police Still Looking For Truck Stolen Six Months Ago
Henderson Police are still on the case after a 2008 Toyota Tundra pick-up truck that was stolen in September of last year.
Police in the town say, via press release, they don't think this is the only vehicle this group of people has stolen. They speculate that this group is likely responsible for other vehicle thefts that have happened in Henderson.
To give details of the September 30, 2020 pick-up truck case, St. Martin Parish Sheriff's Crime Stoppers officials say the 2008 pick-up truck was taken from Cajun Palms Campground in Henderson.
Four people can be seen on surveillance from the campground that is provided here from Crime Stoppers.
In addition to the truck being stolen, police officials with the Henderson Police Department says that there five burglaries of vehicles that happened.
How can you help? Officials with St. Martin Crime Stoppers are hoping someone will have some information about either one or more of the people seen in the surveillance photo, and more importantly, they are hoping if someone does know something that they will share it with police.
You have several options when it comes to giving anonymous information to officials. They are as follows:
- You can call the St. Martin Parish Crime Stoppers phone line at 337-441-3030.
- You can download and use the P3 app on your phone. It won't cost anything to download it.
If your information leads to an arrest, then you will be eligible for a cash reward.
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