Six anonymous tipsters played a vital role in helping Pueblo police catch some crooks.
Police were able to close 11 cases after receiving the anonymous tips. Tips from the callers led to the arrest of four felonious fugitives and 2 unregistered sex offenders this month alone. This netted the tipsters a combined total of $870.
Callers helped police make arrests for cases including fraud by check, assault, burglary, theft, and failure to register as a sex offender.
Two tipsters gave police information about sex offenders that weren’t living where they were registered. This led to an investigation and to felony arrests.
Your information could earn you a cash reward if it leads to a felony arrest.
And remember you can remain anonymous.
You can visit www.pueblocrimestoppers.com to see which criminal cases and wanted parties Crime Stoppers needs your help with or call 542-STOP (7867) if you can help solve a crime. You can also text your tip to “crimes” and start your message with the word “pueblo”.
Online you can also view a video that explains how the program works.
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