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    or Individuals Wanted by Police is Easy!

    Regardless of the method you use, you will remain anonymous and be eligible for an award of up to $2,000!


    Call: 720-913-STOP(7867) or


    Text: DMCS plus your message to 274637




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    Here’s How it Works:

    You remain anonymous no matter what.

    1. When you anonymously submit information on an unsolved crime or individual wanted by law enforcement by CALLING, TEXTING, via the ONLINE or through our APP, a Code number is issued to you the caller.
    2. The information is anonymously shared with law enforcement.
    3. At the conclusion of the investigation law enforcement will notify MDCS.
    4. The MDCS Awards Committee will review the information provided by the tipster  and law enforcement and for information that leads to an arrest an award amount will be determined.
    5. MDCS will inform the tipster that they are entitled to monetary award.
    6. MDCS authorizes our bank to release the award money to you.
    7. You, the Tipster, can then pick up the award money from our bank using the code numbers given to you for identification.

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    Police search for suspect who robbed gas station on Colorado Blvd.
    All tipsters remain anonymous and are eligible for an award of up to $2,000.

    Louisville Police search for auto, credit card theft suspect
    Police say multiple vehicles were entered Sunday and a Nissan Rogue was stolen.

    Woman taken to hospital after shooting in Denver
    A woman was injured in a shooting overnight.

    Former Colorado officer pleads guilty to attempted assault
    Former Pueblo Police Cpl. Benjamin Candelaria also pleaded guilty to official misconduct and must register as a sex offender.

    Police: Bomb threat targeting Vail condo complex was 'placed fictitiously'
    According to the Vail Police Department, someone called the Vail Communications Center around 6:30 p.m. and said a condominium complex on Garmisch Drive in West Vail had four pressure cooker bombs in it that would be detonated if a ransom was not paid to the caller.

    Aurora burglary suspect dies from injuries at hospital
    The man was pronounced dead at a local hospital

    'I need to see justice served:' Mother of slain teen describes heartbreak
    The mother of 19-year-old Natalie Bollinger talked about the loss of her daughter.

    GONE COLD | Widow creates triumph out of tragedies
    One night changed everything for this young mother and wife.

    GONE COLD | Finding Tiffany Whitton
    A mother continues her search while lost in fear, uncertainty and questions unanswered--clinging to hope that someone, somewhere knows something.

    Man sentenced for beating now-ex wife with AR-15 while young son was present
    Police found steroids inside the man's home.

  • :: Crime Stoppers Stats ::

    Arrests: 648,199
    Cases Cleared: 986,938
    Awarded Amount: $100,805,155

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