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tip411 Helps Police in Harrison, Ohio Catch Suspect Wanted on Multiple Charges

The following is an alert Harrison, Ohio Police sent to their community using tip411 on January 9, 2018:

This morning at 1127am, the Harrison Police Department apprehended a suspect in four cases of B&E, vandalism, tampering with coin machines and theft. Thanks in large part to the community and the tips we received through social media and TIP411.

A HUGE thank you for your assistance in the solving of the K-Mart and Goodwill break-ins as well as the offenses which occurred at Sandarella’s and Village Laundromats. We couldn’t have done it without the cooperation of this wonderful community!!!

See the full alert here.

Delhi Township Cruiser

Tips Identify Suspect in Attempted Theft & Forgery in Delhi Township

Delhi Township Police sent an alert to their community using tip411 on September 19th to try to identify a suspect wanted in an attempted theft and forgery case.

Police included an image of the suspect from an ATM camera in the alert, and asked the public to submit tips if they knew who the suspect was.

Thanks to tipsters, police were able to identify the suspect and match his photo to that from the ATM camera.

The suspect is still at large and police are asking the public to help locate him.

Click here to see the alerts from the Delhi Township Police

St. Petersburg Police Department

Tips from the Public Help St. Pete Police Identify Suspect

Tips from the public have led police to identify the woman they say followed and beat up a 69-year-old woman at her home as 34-year-old Leslie Broadfoot.

Police say that surveillance video inside a Marathon gas station on 10th Avenue N shows Broadfoot shortly before the beat-down. It was Sept. 9 and people were rushing around Tampa Bay to get last-minute supplies and fill their tanks before Hurricane Irma.

Police said Broadfoot asked the 69-year-old to buy her fuel in exchange for helping unload her car with hurricane supplies from Lowes.

Broadfoot and another person followed the woman to her home.

Then instead of offering the promised help, police say Broadfoot hit the other woman repeatedly and stole her purse.

Surveillance video from the 69-year-old woman’s house shows a white Jeep or SUV leaving the property after the robbery.

Broadfoot has a lengthy criminal history including drug and theft convictions, court records show.

Police are asking for help finding Broadfoot. People with any information can call 727-893-7780 or text the keyword “SPPD” and an anonymous tip to 847-411 (Tip-411.)

See the full report & video from the Tampa Bay Times.

Blaine PD app

Alert Helps Blaine Police Identify Person of Interest

Blaine, Minnesota Police sent an alert out via their tip411 system to residents asking for help identifying a person of interest in a prescription medication forgery case.

After receiving multiple tips, Blaine Police were able to identify the person of interest with the help of residents who submitted information anonymously to the department.

Police sent a follow up alert to residents thanking them for tips and letting them know they helped in the identification.

Click here to see the alert.

Weekly Crime Reports

Delhi Township Police Thank Tipsters

Delhi Township Police sent an alert using tip411 on January 13 asking for help identifying a suspect wanted for stealing items from a convenience store and then fleeing.

On January 18, Delhi Township Police sent a follow up alert stating the following:

“Thanks to tipsters, the below suspect has been identified, and warrants are now on file for his arrest. The suspect has been identified as Michael Campbell, age 36. Mr. Campbell’s last known address is on Westwood Ave in Cincinnati (District Three). If you know Mr. Campbell’s whereabouts, please contact Delhi Twp. Police at 513-922-0060 or Crimestoppers at 513-352-3040.”

Read the full alerts here and help Delhi Township Police locate this susptect

Suspect Arrested within Hours Thanks to Community Tips via tip411

On July 10th at 10:04 a.m., Canton Police in Ohio posted the following on the department’s official Facebook page:

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By 1:43 p.m., less than four hours later, Canton Police posted the following on Facebook to let the public know that a suspect had been identified via a tip through the department’s tip411 system and that he was in custody:

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Asking the public for help and giving them the tools to share information quickly, safely, and anonymously can help reduce crime.  Learn more about how tip411 helps law enforcement across the country at www.tip411.com.