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This week Crime Stoppers needs tips about a Retail Theft which occurred at Zales, 2501 Wabash, which occurred on 9/20/14 around 4p. Two black males were looking at diamonds for sale. The first was 5’10 average build,20-30 yrs old, wearing a pink plaid shirt and a pink hat. The 2nd was shorter, in his 20s, average build, wearing a red t-shirt with white “CMG” letters. Each grabbed a diamond and fled. If you have any information about this retail theft or any other criminal act, you can stay completely anonymous by calling Crime Stoppers at 788-8427, or use this website, cashfortips.us, or text us by typing TIP672, then your message and send to CRIMES. If your anonymous tip leads to an arrest a cash reward up to $1000 dollars will be paid. Remember, Crime Stoppers never wants to know who you are, but we do want your tips about crime.
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Wednesday, September 24, 2014
Felony Retail Theft

This week Crime Stoppers needs tips about a Retail Theft which occurred at Zales, 2501 Wabash, which occurred on 9/20/14 around 4p. Two black males were looking at diamonds for sale. The first was 5’10 average build,20-30 yrs old, wearing a pink plaid shirt and a pink hat. The 2nd was shorter, in his 20s, average build, wearing a red t-shirt with white “CMG” letters. Each grabbed...

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Thursday, September 18, 2014
Arson

This week Crime Stoppers and the Springfield Fire Department are seeking tips about two cases of Arson. The two cases occurred on Aug 26th around 1045p at the rear of both 1605 and 1717 Loveland. Two unoccupied structures had fires intentionally started towards the back of the properties causing approximately $40,000 dollars in damage. There were no injuries in either Arson case. If you have any i...

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Thursday, September 11, 2014
Armed Robbery

This week Crime Stoppers is seeking tips about an armed robbery in the rear parking lot of 300 E Laurel, Gabatoni’s, on 9/7/14 around 1130p. The victim was smoking when a black male around 18yrs old, 6ft, 150lbs and dark clothing, asked for a light from his lighter. The victim agreed reaching for the lighter and was then attacked with an unknown type of taser. 3 other black males, similar bu...

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Thursday, September 04, 2014
Springfields Most Wanted.

This week Crime Stoppers, working with the Spfld Police, Sangamon Co States Attorney’s Office and the U.S. Marshal’s Fugitive Task Force would like to ask your help in apprehending persons wanted for criminal offenses that are listed in the State Journal Register. Information useful to investigators include where suspects are staying, types of vehicles they are in, known hangouts or pe...

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Thursday, August 28, 2014
Armed Robbery

This week Crime Stoppers needs tips about an armed robbery at Papa Murphy’s, 2641 Chatham Rd, on Aug 23rd around 9p. A black male about 5’9, 180lbs, wearing a blue hooded jacket, grey sweat pants, black and grey shoes and a ski mask with sunglasses, entered the rear of the business and pointed a black gun with what appeared to be a silencer at employees and demanded money. The suspect ...

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