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Crimestoppers wishes to thank its generous sponsors listed below for making Crimestoppers possible. Crimestoppers wishes to thank its generous sponsors listed below for making Crimestoppers possible.

Your Information Can Help Solve A Crime

It could be something you've seen, heard or found. Maybe it's a license number, a physical description or even just a name.
Thanks to the cooperative efforts of local police departments, the media, and most importantly concerned citizens like YOU, Crime Stoppers works. Wanted criminals have been taken off of our streets. Illegal drugs have been seized. Stolen property has been recovered.
You can pass along details of local criminal activity without ever revealing your identity. When you call the Crime Stoppers Tips Line

(334)-215-STOP (7867)

with information, you will never be asked for your name, your call will never be recorded, and your phone number is never identified. And if your tip leads to an arrest and charge, you will be eligible for a cash reward of up to $1,000.

Find out all about Crime Stoppers.

See photos of wanted criminals on the Crime Stoppers website.

Watch CrimeStoppers Mondays on WSFA 12 News at 6:00.

 

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