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Crime Stoppers is still anonymous

“We don’t want your name, just your information.”
That line on Crime Stoppers announcements has been heard many times since the local organization started in 1984, but not everyone understands it. The nonprofit organization accepts anonymous tips for information about crimes. Information that leads to an arrest may be eligible for a cash reward.
Just don’t misuse the Crime Stoppers name, said Shannon Witting and Jere Buehler from the Barton County and Great Bend Crime Stoppers Board of Directors.
Last fall, after vandalism occurred at Golden Belt Cinema 6, a social media site offered a $250 reward, encouraging ...

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