Anonymous Tip Line
762-9500


Rewards Paid: $0
Cases Cleared: 9
Arrests: 6
Property Recovered: $100

Since Inception 1982
Rewards Paid: $289,715
Cases Cleared: 3,032
Arrests: 2,780
Property Recovered: $5,732,674

   CRIME STOPPERS OF THE QUAD CITIES



ARSON FIRE IN MOLINE UNSOLVED
November 5, 2014

At about 1:30 a.m. on November 5th, a fire was intentionally set at a vacant home in the 1300 block of 14th Avenue, Moline. Graffiti was found painted on the walls. If you know who did this, contact Crime Stoppers of the Quad Cities at 309-762-9500 or submit your tip by clicking on the "Submit a Tip" tab below. All tips are anonymous and you could earn a cash reward.



 

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What is Crime Stoppers?

     CRIME STOPPERS OF THE QUAD CITIES is a program which involves the public, the media, and the police in the fight against crime.
     It offers cash rewards to persons who furnish information which leads to the arrest and filing of criminal charges against offenders and to the capture of fugitives.
     CRIME STOPPERS is governed by a volunteer Board of Directors from throughout the Quad City area. The Board decides on cash rewards and raises funds for the program. Funds are raised through private donations, from civic organizations, businesses, and through fund raising events such as the Crime Stoppers 5K Run/Walk.

Address:
1640 6th Avenue
Moline, IL 61265

Anonymous Tip Line:
309-762-9500

Office Hours:
Mon-Fri 8:00-4:30pm

Phone Hours:
24-Hours a day

 History of Crime Stoppers

     In July 1976, in Albuquerque New Mexico, a university student was killed during a gas station robbery. After 6 weeks of investigation the police had very few leads as to who was responsible. Police investigators thought that a TV reenactment of the crime might lead to a citizen providing information that could help solve it.
The police investigators were right. A caller contacted the police department after seeing the reenactment. The tip information was enough to lead the police to the two men who were responsible. Within 72 hours of the reenactment, the police had solved the murder. This was the beginning of Crime Stoppers.

     Today there are more than 1,150 Crime Stoppers programs worldwide. Almost one million crimes have been solved since its inception and over 5 and a half billion dollars worth of stolen property and narcotics have been seized.  Crime Stoppers is a valuable tool in the fight against crime worldwide!