Brazen Pair Burglarizes Cancun Restaurant — She’s Still At-Large
Back on may 7, a pair broke into Cancun Mexican Restaurant and made off with a small amount of money. Police say that the pair even took time out to make a mixed drink while they were burglarizing the place.
The pair has been identified as Tiffany Wiggins, 32, of Sulphur and Aaron “Cookie” Cook, age 36. As of this writing, Cook is behind bars after having been arrested without incident by the Lafayette Parish Sheriff;s Office around 1:30 p.m. yesterday.
Both are facing charges of simple burglary and theft from this case, but Wiggins also has an outstanding warrant for a different case. Although Wiggins is still at large, Judge Clayton Davis set bond at $3,500 each.
According to Lake Charles Deputy Police Chief, Mark Kraus,
“The detectives that are working this case say they had 24 plus calls about the surveillance video that was released.”
“Whether (the crime) is one dollar, or an entire jewelry box, or a million dollars, or cars or whatever is valuable to somebody, that crime and (the victims) are important to us,”
You can view the surveillance videos surveillance photos .
Kraus asked anyone with information about Wiggins’ whereabouts to call (337) 491-1311.