Suspects steal $300 of beer from Hammond store
From Hammond Police
Hammond, LA – On September 16, the Hammond Police Department responded to a report of theft and hit and run that occurred at Rouse’s Supermarket, located at 2704 West Thomas Street.
The suspects entered the store, took multiple cases of beer and ran out the exit door passing all points of sale. The suspects got into a possible Ford F150 single cab truck, spray-painted black, with no license plate. The vehicle then pulled out striking another vehicle as it exited the parking lot. The unknown black female was wearing blue jeans and a gray shirt and was carrying a baby. The unknown black male was wearing a dark-colored shirt, dark pants and an orange hat. The beer was valued at approximately $300.
Anyone knowing the identity of the suspects or with information about the incident is asked to contact Detective Dustin Williams (985-277-5755 or Williams_DJ@hammond.org), with the Hammond Police Department’s Criminal Investigation Division, by the Hammond Police Department’s Facebook Page, or by contacting Crime Stoppers of Tangipahoa’s anonymous tip line at 1-800-554-5245. Be part of the solution and you may be eligible for a cash reward.