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SUSPICIOUS FIRE

Metro Homicide is investigating a suspicious house fire during the night of Jan. 20 that left 3 injured and one dead.  It happened in the 800 block of S. Greenview in South Bend. 

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We pay cash rewards of up to $1,000 for anonymous tips leading to the arrest or indictment of felony offenders or fugitives.  We will protect your identity, even if you earn a reward. 

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RAPIST:

Police in Elkhart Co. are asking for the public's help to identify the man that climbed onto a second story balcony and raped a woman on Oct. 2, 2013, early morning.  This happened at the North Lake apartment complex.

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KNOW HIM?

St. Joseph Co. Police are seeking the identity of this man who they say has been using counterfeit cashiers checks to steal merchandise and services from several places in northern Indiana.

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WANTED: 

SCOTT CULVER is wanted out of Elkhart County on 4 counts of child molestation, child solicitation.

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IDENTIFIED!

     

ARMED ROBBERY:

These are surveillance images of the man that robbed the 7-11 on Miami St. in South Bend at gunpoint on New Year's Eve.

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THEFT:

Cass Co. Sheriff's investigators looking for the person(s) who smashed a window in a front end loader and used it to steal 2 large walnut trees from Pike Lumber Co. in Pokagon Twp., MI.  Valued at $10,000.

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Liquor Store Burglary

On November 15th, this man burglarized the South Bend Portage Avenue Belmont Beverage location.  He has been attempting to redeem lottery tickets stolen in the theft.  He walks with a significant limp.

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DO YOU KNOW THIS MAN?

This is a surveillance photo of a man who committed a violent armed robbery to a PNC Bank branch east of Kalamazoo on May 29th.  Police believe he was also involved in a second robbery at Comerica Bank in the same region on July 29th.  Law enforcement in that area is offering a large reward for information leading to his arrest & conviction. 

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DO YOU KNOW THESE THIEVES?

Mishawaka PD are looking to get these two women identified that stole from Flourish Boutique, a locally owned store in Granger. 

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OSCEOLA BURGLARY

This man & an accomplice burglarized the Bravo Cafe on Lincolnway East in Osceola early on Oct. 27th.

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500 Center St.

HOME INVASION:

On Oct. 7th around 1:30 a.m., the 70-yr. old resident of this house was confronted in his bed by a suspect who then beat, bound, and robbed him.  South Haven, MI PD looking for tips from the public.

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You may not recognize him, but do you KNOW him?

Police believe this guy committed 3 armed robberies within 6 hours on Oct. 13th, in Berrien County.  Police believe he's a white male, about 5'6".

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CONSTRUCTION THEFT:

Overnight on Aug. 7th, a large front end loader assembly was moved aside and 2 construction trailers were dragged east from a site near 12th & Harrison St. in Mishawaka. Estimated loss is over $100,000 in equipment.

Michiana Crime Stoppers covers the following counties:

  • St. Joseph
  • Elkhart
  • Laporte
  • Marshal
  • Kosciusko
  • Lagrange
  • Starke
  • Pulaski
  • Berrien, MI
  • Cass, MI
  • St. Joseph, MI
  • VanBuren, MI

Since its beginning in 1983, tips to Crime Stoppers have led to the arrest of over 7,200 felony offenders and fugitives, and to the recovery of over $16.6 million in stolen property and narcotics.  We have paid out over $900,000 in rewards.  Money to pay rewards comes from donations and fundraising activities. 

 

 


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