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Police need help in finding a man wanted for an Uptown car burglary

source: NOPD source: NOPD
NEW ORLEANS (WVUE) -

The NOPD is asking the public’s help in locating David Michael Wells, who is wanted for an alleged auto burglary uptown.

Police say the incident happened November last year in the 1600 block of Terpsichore Street. 
 
Investigators say On November 28, 2015, the victim told police that she had parked and locked her vehicle in the area earlier that morning. when she returned to the vehicle, the victim observed the gear shift handle had been bent and contents of her vehicle had been rummaged through.

 Officers observed a black tarp covering over the front passenger window, which had been shattered.
 
Through evidence found at the scene, police were able to match DNA found at the scene to that of Wells.
 
Police have a warrant issued for Wells, charged with simple burglary of an automobile. He is described as homeless and is known to frequent the Uptown area.
 
Anyone with information regarding the whereabouts of David Michael Wells is asked to contact the Sixth District Property Crimes Unit at 504-658-6060.

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