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Delhi Township Police Thank Residents for Tips that Lead to Arrest
From the Delhi Township, Ohio Police Department:
THANK YOU! Subject was identified and arrested!
UPDATE: Shortly after the original alert (below) was sent out, numerous TIPS came in identifying the suspect. Based on the tips, the suspect was identified as Kevin Taylor age 37. Kevin was arrested last night and charged with the burglary from Mayhew. Thanks to the quick responses from people we were able to arrest the burglar the same day that the report was filed.
We appreciate all the shares, willingness to get involved, and the anonymous tips!
ORIGINAL ALERT: Burglary took place on 09/06/2016 at approximately 6:52am in the 4400 block of Mayhew Avenue. A male subject, pictured below, forced entry through a rear window and removed U.S. Currency from inside the residence. The male subject then fled the scene. Anyone with information on the incident or the identity of the subject, please contact Delhi Township Police Department at (513)922-0060. You may also submit an ANONYMOUS TIP by clicking on the link below.
Delhi Incident – # 16-12557
August 2016 tip411 Newsletter
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GFPD launches new app for receiving tips
The Grand Forks Police have launched a new tool to receive tips.
The Tip411 mobile app is a way to find information, view alerts, and submit anonymous tips to police.
For those without a smartphone, you can still access information through the GFPD website, and even anonymously submit by texting tips to TIP-411 (847-411).
Keep Snitches from Getting Stitches…
The Hazard Police Department has teamed up with tip411 to bring residents a free, anonymous tip app. This app gives citizens the ability to submit anonymous tips directly to us.
Watch this video created by Hazard PD to reach out to their community to tout the benefit of anonymous tips “to help keep snitches from getting stitches” with tip411.