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Metro Crimes Stoppers offer reward in Forrest County auto burglary case

If you have any information please contact Metro Crime Stoppers. If you have any information please contact Metro Crime Stoppers.
FORREST COUNTY (WDAM) -

This is a news release from the Metro Crime Stoppers

Metro Crime Stoppers, in coordination with the Forrest County Sheriff's Department, are looking for a possible suspect in connection with auto burglaries (car/vehicle break ins) in the South Forrest County area. The public is being asked to look at security camera footage of the suspicious person. If you know who it is, please call Metro Crime Stoppers at 601-582-STOP(7867) with your confidential info.

"We are offering cash money for tips that lead to an arrest." says Diane James, Coordinator, Metro Crime Stoppers. "If your tip helps law enforcement catch this criminal, you'll have extra cash in your pockets, and at the same time you can keep our community safe."

The Media Law Enforcement point of contact for this crime is Investigator Trey Rudder with the Forrest County Sheriff's Department. Please contact Inv. Rudder with requests for interviews and further questions regarding this crime. He can be reached at 601-544-7800.

Anyone with information about these suspects is asked to call Metro Crime Stoppers at 601-582-STOP(7867). All tips are confidential and no calls are traced or recorded. All callers are given an identification number to claim cash reward money. Reward money amounts are subject to the discretion of the Metro Crime Stoppers Board of Directors.

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