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Crime Busted: KCPD launches web page to help identify felony crime suspects

22:05  25 november  2019
22:05  25 november  2019 Source:   kmbc.com

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One of the fastest ways to help identify the suspect of a crime is to put their photo online – and the Kansas City, Missouri, Police Department has decided to do just that with a new initiative.

a person standing posing for the camera: KCPD launching new webpage called Busted to help circulate suspect photos for identification.© Provided by Hearst Television, Inc. KCPD launching new webpage called Busted to help circulate suspect photos for identification.

The department is launching Busted, a program with a webpage showing photos of suspects caught on camera committing felony crimes.

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Police said the crimes cover everything from burglaries up to shootings.

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In the past, the photos and videos were only circulated internally within the Police Department. Officials said they’re now sharing them with the public to get as many eyes as possible.

You can follow along on the program’s website, kcpd.org/crime/busted.

Because all of the cases are felony level, each tip leading to an arrest or conviction could lead to a cash reward through the CrimeStoppers TIPS Hotline. Each case featured on Busted links to the online TIPS Hotline anonymous submission form.

Each case on the Busted page will remain there for 30 days.

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