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Man wanted for thefts in Scott was wanted for 2018 Lafayette holiday thefts

Posted: 2:54 PM, Dec 03, 2019
Updated: 2019-12-05 17:00:41-05
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UPDATE: The Scott Police Department says they have the identity of a man they say was seen at area residences taking items from carports and patios.

Police identified the suspect as 37-year-old Christopher Anthony Guidroz of Arnaudville. Video surveillance from area residences allegedly showed Guidroz exiting his vehicle, knocking on doors, and taking items from under the carport or back patio of the residences.

Guidroz is then allegedly seen entering his vehicle and leave the area. An arrest warrant has been obtained for Guidroz by Scott Police Department. The Scott Police Department asked the community for help in identifying Guidroz through photos captured of him during the alleged theft incidents.

Lafayette man remains wanted for holiday package thefts
Christopher Guidroz / Lafayette Police Department

In 2018, Guidroz was wanted for thefts during the month of December where police allege he took packages from at least two homes.

In Spring 2019, Guidroz pleaded guilty to those thefts.

ORIGINAL STORY

SCOTT, La. - The Scott Police Department is requesting help from the public in identifying a person of interest.

The suspect was last seen on November 26, 2019, in the area near L Provost Rd. and Old Spanish Trail at 2:00 pm, according to police.

Video surveillance from area residences shows the subject exiting his vehicle, knocking on doors, and taking items from under the carport or back patio of the residences. The subject is then seen entering his vehicle, described as silver and two-door, and leave the area.

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The man has dark colored medium length hair, facial hair around his chin and was last seen wearing jeans and a New Orleans Saints T-shirt.

If you can help identify the suspect, contact Scott Police Department Criminal Investigations Division at 337-889-5105 or Lafayette Crime Stoppers at 337-232-TIPS. All callers can remain anonymous.