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Investigators are searching for a man and woman accused of theft after they took a television from the shelf at an Algiers pawn shop and sold it back to the store, according to the New Orleans Police Department.
Don Adams, and Dana Carter, were captured on surveillance camera Thursday afternoon at a pawn shop in the 1600 block of Newton Street. Adams and Carter entered the shop, and then Carter walked to the electronics aisle and took a television from the shelf, the NOPD said. She was then seen removing the price stickers from the television.
After Carter removed the price tag from the television, she brought the television to the front counter, where Adams then pawned it for $175–using his ID card to make the deal, police said.
According to Orleans Parish court records, a Dana Francois with the same birthdate as Francois-Carter appeared in magistrate court May 21 on charges of simple burglary, illegal possession of stolen things and unauthorized use of an access card in connection with a March crime. Her bond was set at $8,500.