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Failed bank robbery attempt in West Shreveport, suspect's dog leads to his arrest

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SHREVEPORT, La - A man is behind bars after trying to break into a West Shreveport bank, and his dog may have helped authorities but him behind bars. 


Just after 2 am, officials received a call, that someone was at the back door with his dog, at the Chase Bank located on the 29 hundred block of West 70th


 Street. When authorities arrived, they heard glass break and saw a man take off , heading North on West Canal Blvd. The suspect left behind the knife he was


 using to cut the screen of the back door, and his dog. When his dog ran home to 66 hundred block of West Canal, officials arrested, 24 year


 old, LaDarrin House.  Police found a hatchet, screw driver and a hammer also in his possession. Charges are pending.

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