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Police hope surveillance video helps catch car thieves

Police need help identifying two men they say stole a woman's car in Gentilly (Source: New Orleans Police Dept.) Police need help identifying two men they say stole a woman's car in Gentilly (Source: New Orleans Police Dept.)
Beige 2012 four-door Toyota Camry - similar to, NOT actual vehicle involved in incident (Source: New Orleans Police Dept.) Beige 2012 four-door Toyota Camry - similar to, NOT actual vehicle involved in incident (Source: New Orleans Police Dept.)
NEW ORLEANS, LA (WVUE) -

New Orleans Police need the public's finding two subjects they say were caught on surveillance video stealing a woman's car Sunday, July 24 in the 5700 block of Warrington Drive in Gentilly.

The victim told police on she parked her beige 2012 Toyota Camry in the driveway of her home on Saturday night and locked the car. The next morning she said her car was gone.

Police say surveillance video shows two thieves got into her son's vehicle and found the spare key to her car. Video shows the pair then got into her Camry and drove away.

The stolen vehicle has a Louisiana license plate #WCL 518.

Anyone who has information on this case is urged to call Crimestoppers at 822-1111.

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