St. Martin Parish Crime Stoppers is asking for the public's help in figuring out who two suspects are that broke into Glenda's Creole Kitchen back in July.

There was some damage to a window and inside the restaurant according to Major Ginny Higgins in a press release. She says the two broke into the restaurant at around 3:30 on the morning of July 29. The restaurant can be found in the 3000 block of Main Highway in Breaux Bridge.

According to officials, both of the people who broke in were seen wearing sweaters that had hoodies, and they have masks covering their faces. It has made identify the two suspects difficult, but Major Higgins is hoping that someone will recognize these men. She adds that at least one of the suspects in the video surveillance that captured then seems to have a gun.

You can help detectives by viewing the video. If you think you recognize either or both of them, please call the St. Martin Parish Crime Stoppers line at 337-441-3030. You can remain anonymous when calling to share your information. If you prefer, there is another way to anonymously report information, and that can be done by downloading the P3 app on your phone. If your information leads to someone being arrested, you would be eligible to get cash as a reward.

The following link will take you to the St. Martin Parish Crime Stopper's video featuring St. Martin Parish Sheriff Becket Breaux talking about the crime. Please watch this video to see if you can help law enforcement in St. Martin Parish:

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