That call could be worth money
Published 12:00 am Monday, November 20, 2006
Our police department does a good job, but even they would admit they cannot do it alone. They need our help. That’s where you and the Crime Line come in.
If you see a crime occurring, or you know something about one that has already been commited, you not only have a moral obligation to report what you know, you might even get paid for that information.
The Crime Line is set up to provide maximum anonymity. You won’t have to give your name or your telephone number, and you won’t have to go to court.
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The only place you will have to go if you receive a reward is to the bank. And even then the money is given in cash, no questions asked.
Police officers will tell you that any information, no matter how small, may be all they need to crack a case.
And you may not even know what you know until it is handed over and analyzed.
So think about it. Have you seen anything suspicious or out of the ordinary lately? Has anybody confided in you information that may be of value to the police? If you answered ‘yes’ to either question, it might be worth money.
or send that information to firstname.lastname@example.org.