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More calls flood Crime Stoppers since Claremont serial killer arrest

Over 275 calls have been made to Crime Stoppers since the police announced the breakthrough arrest of Mr...

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Dane Moore arrested in Pinjarra after nationwide manhunt

Operation Roam leads to the arrest of a wanted fugitive more than 4200km away from where he allegedly...

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Wanted Queensland man found in WA town

Operation Roam prompts public to report Queensland fugitive living openly in WA town.

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Crime Stoppers leads identify mother and daughter in mystery murders

Two calls to Crime Stoppers led to the identification of the remains of a young mother and her...

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Brett Cowan found guilty of murder of Daniel Morcombe

The sentencing of Brett Peter Cowan for the murder of Sunshine Coast teenager Daniel Morcombe, brought an end...

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Drugs, handgun and ammo seized

Police intelligence and information received from members of the public through Crime Stoppers resulted in drugs, ammo and...

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Caught On Camera

CCTV footage of a purse theft at a shopping centre in Mundaring was released to the public by...

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Stolen pygmy monkeys rescued

Three rare pygmy marmoset monkeys stolen from a wildlife park near Sydney were rescued with the assistance of...

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Many Peaks Bushfire Charge

Albany detectives sought information regarding a bush fire in Many Peaks, Albany in January 2016, and as a result...

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Drug Run Intercepted

I thought you would appreciate seeing the success that was ultimately achieved due to this one report.”

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