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NOPD arrests suspect wanted for string of thefts and burglary

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NEW ORLEANS, LA (WVUE) -

New Orleans police say they arrested a man Saturday in connection with a simple burglary and several thefts. 

Derrick Bradley,45, was arrested without incident at his home in the 4200 block of South Carrollton Avenue. Detectives identified Bradley as the suspect in four incidents that happened between Jan. 19 and Feb 3. 

On Jan. 19 at around 5 p.m., a resident told police that surveillance video captured an man drive up to his home in the 3700 block of Banks Street on a mountain bike. The alleged thief walked up to the porch and removed a package. 

On Feb. 1 at around 12 p.m., a female victim told police her bicycle was stolen from her job in the 3700 block of Banks Street. Investigators say surveillance video shows the suspect cutting a chain from the rack and removing the bicycle. 

On Feb. 2 at around 2:30 p.m., a witness told police he saw an unknown man enter the someone's house in the 4000 block of D'Hemecourt Street through a side window. Police say the suspect exited the rear of the house with two guitars and some electronics.

On Feb. 3, a female told police she left home around 3 p.m. and noticed a package was missing from her porch.

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