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Crime Stoppers of Halton joins LCBO Donation Box Program across Oakville and Milton
News Release:

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All LCBO stores in Oakville and Milton have set up donation boxes and are urging customers to give money to assist Halton Crime Stoppers in their work to help keep our region one of the safest in Canada.

The campaign runs from June 18 to July 15 and funds raised will be used to support the Crime Stoppers telephone tip line which allows anonymous callers to provide information on any unsolved crime.

Customers shopping at the eight stores participating in the program will see donation boxes at the cash registers displaying Crime Stoppers promotional cards with the message: “See Something, Hear Something, Say Something.”

The coordinator of Halton Crime Stoppers, Detective Constable Jodi Richmond, said it’s vital for people to contact the program’s anonymous tip line if they know anything about unsolved crime.

“Your tip could be the piece of the puzzle that investigators need to identify the person responsible for committing a crime,” she said. “Sometimes people are not even aware that information they have is the key to helping detectives solve a case.”

The most recent statistics show Halton’s Crime Stoppers program has received a total of 17,805 tips since its inception in 1988 and have led to the arrest of 1,175 individuals and the clearing of 2,157 cases. Investigation of anonymous tips to Crime Stoppers of Halton have also led to the recovery of $2,699,347 in stolen property and the seizure of drugs with a street value of $18,094,833.

The LCBO sponsors a year-round fundraising campaign called “Giving Back In Our Community” which in 2016 collected $13.3 million for a number of designated charities, including United Way Centraide, MADD Canada and four Ontario children’s hospitals.

In January and June, however, the donation boxes are used to collect money for charities in local communities.

“The assistance of the LCBO and other businesses and corporations are extremely important to help Crime Stoppers get information to help solve crime and maintain Halton Region as one of the safest areas in Canada,” Detective Constable Richmond said. 

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Contact:
Det. Const. Jodi Richmond
Police Coordinator
Crime Stoppers of Halton
905-825-4747   ext. 5118

Crime Stoppers of Halton Police Coordinator D/C Jodi Richmond
Crime Stoppers of Halton Police Coordinator D/C Jodi Richmond
Spare change? Support your local Crime Stoppers!
Spare change? Support your local Crime Stoppers!