Friday, July 16, 2010

Brighton Police Announce Graffiti Stoppers Tip-line

As part of our on-going efforts to prevent and reduce graffiti, Brighton police have created an anonymous Graffiti Stoppers tip-line.

Under the program, citizens with information that helps identify and successfully prosecute graffiti suspects can earn monetary rewards, while remaining anonymous. Citizens with information can leave a message on the tip-line at (303) 655-2399; callers will be asked to provide their contact information, so that a member of the department’s Graffiti Task Force can gather further details and document their identity for reward purposes, but their identities will remain confidential.

Currently, police are seeking information that can help identify the individual shown in the attached images; he is being sought in connection with damage to a utility box near 128 W. Bridge St. The image was captured from that location at 1:56 a.m. on the morning of Wednesday, June 2, 2010, and shows an unidentified white male in dark clothing kneeling directly in front of the location the damage was found, apparently in the process of damaging the utility box.

Anyone with information that leads to the identification and conviction of the person responsible for this damage can arrange to provide that information anonymously and collect their reward by calling the Graffiti Stoppers tip-line at (303) 655-2399.

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