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NOPD: Man uses syringe to threaten drug store personnel

NOPD: Man uses syringe to threaten drug store personnel

Investigators say the man removed a syringe from his pocket and held it in a threatening manner when store personnel asked him to leave. (Source: New Orleans Police Dept.) Investigators say the man removed a syringe from his pocket and held it in a threatening manner when store personnel asked him to leave. (Source: New Orleans Police Dept.)
Investigators say the man removed a syringe from his pocket and held it in a threatening manner when store personnel asked him to leave. (Source: New Orleans Police Dept.) Investigators say the man removed a syringe from his pocket and held it in a threatening manner when store personnel asked him to leave. (Source: New Orleans Police Dept.)
NEW ORLEANS, LA (WVUE) -

Surveillance camera images may help bring in a man suspected of threatening drug store personnel with a syringe.

NOPD officers say the man walked into the CVS Pharmacy in the 3700 block of South Carrollton Avenue on July 27. They also say he tried to hide several items from the store in his clothes. 

Investigators say store personnel recovered the items, after approaching the man. Then, they say, the man removed a syringe from his pocket and held it in a threatening manner when store personnel asked him to leave. 

If you can help investigators find the man contact Crimestoppers at 822-1111 or crimestoppersgno.org.

Investigators say the man left the store on a silver bicycle.

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