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Facebook groups flooded with auto thefts
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Wichita police hope Crime Stoppers reward will help catch robbers
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Crime Stoppers: Still no suspect in stabbing of Wichita pastor
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Crime Stoppers: Man breaks into Dollar General store
Wichita police and Crime Stoppers are asking for your help in apprehending a man who broke into an east Wichita Dollar General last Tuesday. It happened just before 3 a.m. at the store on east 13th Street. The front door was left shattered, and the cigarette case broken into. Investigators say the did find a hammer and a glove at the scene, possibly left by the suspect. He's described as a white male. Anyone with any information is asked to call Crime Stoppers at 267-2111.
Crime Stoppers: High-dollar construction theft
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Crime Stoppers needs your help in solving QT attack on elderly man
Crime Stoppers is offering a large reward for help in solving the brutal attack on an elderly man at a Wichita Quik Trip.
Crime Stoppers seeks public's help in solving Wichita burglary
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Crime Stoppers celebrates 35 years in Wichita
Crime Stoppers of Wichita and Sedgwick County gets thousands of tips every year.
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