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Abilene Crime Stoppers has been stopping and arresting criminals since 1981. Crime Stoppers mission has always been to deter crime and solve those unsolved cases in and around Abilene. One thing I know from the very beginning of Crime Stoppers is that you WILL remain anonymous.

The way that Abilene Crime Stoppers has been deterring crime in Abilene is by posting and distributing photos of criminals with warrants out for them. Abilene Crime Stoppers has been successful because of all the help it receives from the public.

LOOK: These Criminals Are Wanted By Abilene's Police and Crime Stoppers

If You Know something, say something and get paid. Call Abilene Crime Stoppers at 325-676-T-I-P-S (8-4-7-7)

If you recognize any of the wanted criminals on the Crime Stoppers list, know something about a crime, or know where a wanted criminal might be, call the Crime Stoppers Hotline at 325-676-TIPS (8477).

I was just told by Crime stoppers Executive Director Rick Dorman that "Abilene Crime Stoppers does not want your name but wants your information." You are to remain completely anonymous and they DO NOT want you to reveal your name.

The reason they don't want you to reveal your name is that you will not get paid the reward money. That is one of the rules of the crime stoppers organization. if you do not reveal your name you will not have to testify.

However, if you do reveal your name you may be required to testify. Thus circumventing the whole remain anonymous crime stoppers reward process.

If you know something or recognize someone on the list, contact the Crime Stoppers Hotline right away at 325-676-TIPS (8477). They will not ask your name and you MUST remain anonymous to reap the reward money for your information.

Furthermore, the $1,000 reward is only good for the one featured criminal of the week, and for the week it was posted. Plus, now Crime Stoppers posts photos of criminals with warrants that are WANTED just tap here.

To submit a tip anonymously online click here, or call 325-676-TIPS (8477).

Photo by: Abilene Crime Stoppers
Photo by: Abilene Crime Stoppers


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