This week, criminals wanted for auto burglary and identity theft could lead you to a reward and their arrest may solve more than just this crime.
It was a scary night in February. A man drew a knife to rob a clerk and a customer. He did a pretty good job covering his face, but have a look. Up to $1,000 cash is waiting for the person with the right tip.
Seven vehicles were broken into at dog parks, last week. A number of charge cards were taken and used, nearly immediately. We have a look at the suspect and your chance for a reward.
This week, a man is taking credit and debit cars from vehicles in large parking lots. His picture could be your ticket to up to $1,000 reward cash.
In this week's case, the gunman in an armed robbery nearly covered any way he could be recognized. He needs to be caught before he strikes again and someone gets hurt or even killed.
A dastardly duo has hit Motorcycle Collective in Red Bank at least three times and were successful twice. Have a look at the surveillance video to help ID them and win up to $1,000 reward cash.
This week, a guy who casually steals tools and other items from locked storage units. He is wanted all over the region and could lead you to reward cash.
This week's case features a pair of burglaries in Collegedale. Two break-ins that were a little more sophisticated than your run-of-the-mill crime. We have up to $1,000 reward cash if you can help authorities round them up before they strike again.
This week, a chance for you to get some reward cash with very good pictures of someone police say was up to no good. It appears he was clueless he was being caught on camera.
Police say a burglar thought he could keep from being seen by stealing a surveillance camera, but his face was already loaded into the cloud and now it could lead you to reward cash.
This week, it is a quick hit at a pizza restaurant. We have video of the thief, but he has done a pretty good job covering his identity. If you can help, up to $1,000 reward could be yours.
We have a clear picture of two men who police say are responsible for going through neighborhoods at night, moving from car to car, taking anything they can get their hands on.
Most things stolen from your car can simply be replaced. It is an inconvenience, for sure, but life goes on. However, if your firearm is the item that is stolen, you have no control over how it is used next.
Over the summer, a man frequently used credit and debit cards that weren't his. We have him on video and there is up to $1,000 Crime Stoppers cash waiting if you can help identify him.
It is not yet known if the man crawled into the dumpster and died or was put there, with a crime scene being located somewhere else. But, people are talking about this case and the right information will earn you Crime Stoppers reward cash.
Some pretty good pictures, this week, of a suspect who police say broke into a car, then used the credit cards he found inside the vehicle. Your tip can stop his spree and get you reward cash in the process.
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."