Police say 27-year-old Anthony Broome II shot and killed 39-year-old Shandar Weaver, aka Shalone Wingate, in the 100 block on June 15 of last year.
In Crime Stoppers, one person caused an awful lot of havoc in more than one neighborhood. He went car to car gathering a bunch of credit cards and when he went to use them, we got his picture. These photos could lead you to a cash reward.
We seek a trio of car burglars, this week. They steal together and they shop together. We have up to $1,000 reward cash to make sure they are booked together, as well.
Who goes on a date in a YMCA parking lot? The duo we seek held hands as they strolled around, looking for victims. Help identify them and get yourself in line for Crime Stoppers cash.
Someone who may still be on the loose killed Tirrell Shropshire last April. We have up to $1,000 if you can tell us anything and we will never ask for your name.
It was the 21st of March and store security video shows the bad guy arrive at the Jenkins Road BP in a dark gray Nissan SUV.
This week, good pictures of two men who threatened a convenience store clerk with a gun. They got away with the cash, but if you can help identify them, reward cash is waiting.
In Crime Stoppers this week, three people are apparently driving around looking for opportunities to steal. They preyed on our victim while she was away from her car on a hike in Hixson. Help identify them and earn a cash reward!
So often in Crime Stoppers we hear from detectives or officers working a case. This week, we hear from a daughter who has gone 33 years without her mother, but maintains hope this cold case can still be solved.
Police officers put on their uniforms before they go to work. Well, it looks like our bad guy has a certain outfit he favors for crime. If it rings a bell with you, we have up to $1,000 for your good tip to Crime Stoppers.
In Crime Stoppers tonight, we're trying to solve a four-year-old murder. Police need just a few more pieces of the puzzle to make an arrest and if you can help, you could get a cash reward.
Investigators are quick to say they do not believe the bar, the neighborhood or part of town where this happened had anything to do with the awful crime. But, there are certainly more questions than answers.
In this week's case, our suspect has some things that may set him apart in a crowd: his clothing, his ride, and even the fact he appears to be left handed. If you can help identify him, you could earn free cash and get a potentially dangerous man off the streets.
A warrant has been issued for 27-year-old Mitchell Horton of Chattanooga. Investigators say he was the driver in a deadly hit-and-run in Walker County on Tuesday. Help locate him and earn up to $1,000 Crime Stoppers reward.
Summer of 2014 was the last time family and friends saw Noah Davis. They are looking for your help finding out what happened to him, good or bad. There is Crime Stoppers reward cash waiting if you can help resolve this case.
In this week's case, pictures of some bad guys using stolen credit cards, your chance to earn a reward, and another reminder to "lock it, hide it, or hold it."
In Crime Stoppers this week, a Hixson home was hit by burglars twice in 24 hours. When they came back a third time, though, they left something hat could lead you to reward cash.
This week's case is from East Ridge. Someone stole keys, then returned four months later to use them. Your good information could lead to Crime Stoppers reward cash to start your new year right.
We all know the drill: lock your doors, all of them. That goes for the entry to your house, your garage, and even on the vehicle locked inside. There are people out there looking for any way to take anything you own.
You can't just put on a superhero shirt and then go do bad things. Well, you can, but you shouldn't. Those comic book stars are fictional, but they're the good guys unlike the man we feature in Crime Stoppers this week. Help find him and earn yourself some reward cash.
For the first time, investigators are showing the best looks they have of the assailant, at what she was driving, and at her despicable act, as it took place.
In Crime Stoppers this week, we have a home burglary suspect who should be easy to spot. He is tall and slender, rides a bike to commit his crimes, and he has residents in one neighborhood on edge.
A frequent reminder from police, the media, and maybe even your Mom may include: "lock your doors!" This week, striking video that shows you why that and taking your valuables and firearms in for the evening are such important things to make habits of. Bad guys are hitting every vehicle in every neighborhood they can get to. Help police ID them and earn reward cash.
Police say this man is robbing ice vending machines in Chattanooga and surrounding towns, and may even be pulling the same crime across state lines. The pictures are nearly as good as our promise of up to $1,000 reward and anonymity for your good tip.
A brutal year-old murder remains unsolved and is the focus of this week's Crime Stoppers report. The victim was only 23 years old and was killed in her home on her birthday. Your information could lead to a cash reward and we will never ask for your name.
A gruesome discovery, last week, in a cemetery lead to a long and tedious search for clues, but the crime remains unsolved. Two victims were found. They had been shot. Police hope Crime Stoppers cash and the promise of anonymity will lead to answers in their deaths.
This week in Crime Stoppers, the suspects are stealing from, among other places, a cosmetics store and little-by-little, they have worked their way into a felony.
The crime we are featuring happened in August, but there is little doubt this guy is pulling the scam somewhere else, right now. Help get him before he assumes your identity. We will have legitimate money as a reward for your good tip.
Police are working a number of leads in the shooting death of Ashley McKenzie, but have yet to make the connections that lead them to the killer. We have up to a $1,000 Crime Stoppers cash and the promise of anonymity to help finally bring her killer to justice.
In Crime Stoppers, theft from a vehicle creates not only a mess for the owner, but also a danger for the community. Along with the credit cards, the crooks stole a handgun. Up to $1,000 reward is up for grabs for your good information.
In Crime Stoppers, this week, it was a violent armed robbery in prime-time at a convenience store on Jenkins Road. There is surveillance video, but not a lot to go on. Maybe you know them. Maybe you have simply seen their vehicle. We are ready to pay for that intel, and we will not ask for your name. Up to $1,000 is on the table for your good info.
In Crime Stoppers, an overnight desk clerk was robbed early Monday, but we have some pretty good surveillance video of the criminal. If you recognize him, up to $1,000 in reward cash could soon be yours.
A 19-year old mother was shot and killed more than two years ago and police are still trying to learn who is responsible. There were many witnesses that night, but they may be afraid to tell what they know. Crime Stoppers is the perfect way to keep any bad-actors from learning you came forward with your information and did the right thing.
This week in Crime Stoppers, an overnight burglary at a mini-mart and at least one good look at a suspect that could lead you to a reward. Up to $1,000 is on the table.