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Our aim is to prevent and solve crime in Western Australia. Together with the police and yourself, we can reduce the impact of:

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“Valuable support from our media partners The West Australian, 6PR and 6iX radio, and the public’s willingness to help has resulted in many criminal investigations being solved.”

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Keep up to date with the latest news and impact reports from Crime Stoppers WA.

Lisa Govan. $250,000 reward

Police Minister Michelle Roberts announced a $250,000 reward for information about the suspected murder of Lisa Govan.

Ms Govan, who was 28 years old at the time of her disappearance, vanished from the vicinity of Kalgoorlie’s Foundry Hotel 18 years ago.

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Raymond and Jennie Kehlet. $250,000 reward

Raymond and Jennie Kehlet disappeared in March 2015 while prospecting near Sandstone, in Western Australia’s north.

The body of 47-year-old Raymond Kehlet was later found at the bottom of an abandoned mine shaft, about 1.8 kilometres north of their camp site.

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Josh Warneke. Reward increased to $250,000

The State Government has increased the reward for information about the 2010 murder of 21 year-old Joshua Warneke in Broome from $100,000 to $250,000

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