Biloxi police are looking for a couple they say attended a New Orleans Saints game illegally. Biloxi police Major Christopher De Back said in a news release the couple is wanted for questioning regarding a theft that happened at the IP Casino Resort on Dec. 17. A purse was reported stolen from the casino that contained two Saints box seat tickets for the Dec. 24 game against the Atlanta Falcons. A photo from inside the box shows this couple, but they are not the people who purchased the tickets.
A couple who attended a New Orleans Saints game with stolen box seat tickets have contacted police and are cooperating, an official said. Police released a picture of the couple, taken at the Saints-Atlanta Falcons game on Dec. 24, on Thursday and asked for help to identify them. “It’s possible that they are innocent bystanders,” Biloxi Police Maj. Christopher De Back said. The couple was wanted for questioning about the theft of a purse from the casino resort on Dec. 17.
Winter Storm Inga brought frigid temperatures as well as ice and some small accumulations of winter precipitation to the Coast Tuesday night and Wednesday morning. And while temperatures are expect to get above freezing on Wednesday, don’t expect the warmer temperatures to last for too long. “The high for Wednesday is expected to be about 36 degrees,” said Tim Erickson, a meteorologist with the National Weather Service in New Orleans.
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