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  • Report Information on an Unsolved Crime
    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)


    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 or 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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  • Reward Offered for Information on Horses Found Abandoned Near San Luis, Colo.

    DENVER (May 30, 2012) — The Colorado Humane Society & SPCA (CHS) and the Costilla County sheriff’s office need help in finding the owner of six abandoned horses found in a rural area near San Luis, Colo. They were found on Road 10 and Road Z. The horses—three mares and three studs—are extremely sick and malnourished.

    The horses range in breed, age and color: a palomino mare (15 – 17 years old); a sorrel filly; a bay filly; a brown colt; a bay colt; and a grey colt. Several are halter broke.

    “We need help from the public in finding the owner of these horses,” said Costilla County Sheriff Amos Medina. “Their condition indicates that they have been fending for themselves for quite a while, and we hope someone knows where these horses came from.”

    CHS assisted the Costilla County sheriff’s office in rounding up the horses and transported them to a facility for immediate veterinary care and proper nutrition.

    “It is clear that these horses are domestic and may have been intentionally abandoned by the owner, probably due to their illness,” said CHS investigator Bret Smith. “Three of the horses have a body condition score of 1, indicating extreme emaciation, and the others are not much better.”

    Information about the horses can be reported to the Costilla County sheriff’s office at (719) 672- 0673, the Colorado Humane Society at (800) 249-5121 or anonymously to Crime Stoppers at (720) 913-STOP (7867).

    Crime Stoppers will offer a reward for any information leading to an arrest or citation in relation to this crime, and the person reporting the tip can remain anonymous. Anonymous tips also can be reported online here or texted to 274637 (CRIMES).

    ABOUT THE COLORADO HUMANE SOCIETY & SPCA The Colorado Humane Society & SPCA is an independent, Colorado-based nonprofit organization. We operate entirely on donations and are not affiliated with any national advocacy group or government agency, such as the Humane Society of the United States or American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals. We work with local law enforcement and government agencies to investigate and prevent the cruelty and neglect of companion animals and horses––NOT livestock––in 17 Colorado counties and to educate the public about humane animal care. For more information, to make a donation or to report animal cruelty or neglect, contact The Colorado Humane Society & SPCA at or (800) 249- 5121.

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