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Milwaukee Crime Stoppers, a separate charitable organization governed and operated by community volunteers encourages members of the community to assist local law enforcement agencies in the fight against crime by overcoming the two key elements that inhibit community involvement: fear and apathy.

Milwaukee Crime Stoppers provides a telephone number (414-224-TIPS (8477)), Web Tips (click on 'Submit a Tip' above) or download the P3 TIPS app to your smartphone, encouraging citizens in the community to volunteer vital information, while remaining anonymous, helpful to law enforcement agencies in the fight against crime.  You may be eligible for a cash reward for your anonymous tip information.


Crime Stoppers Crime of the Week: 13-year-old girl killed by gunfire while riding in car. 

 Just nine days into 2021, reckless gunfire in Milwaukee led to a 13-year-old girl's death.

Now, Milwaukee Crime Stoppers is hoping you'll come forward with information that will put her killer behind bars.  Nevaeha Ware was riding in the car with friends in the early morning hours of Jan. 9 near 65th and Congress. That's when gunfire erupted and came into the car Ware was riding in.

Milwaukee police say they are still trying to figure out if the shots came from another car or somewhere nearby. The people riding with Ware dropped her off at Aurora Hospital. Some stayed, some left. Now, Milwaukee police say they need those who left and the rest of the community to tell what they know, anonymously. 

"The age of the victim in this case...we really encourage them to come forward and provide us with that information," said MPD Detective Michael Tanem. 

If you know anything about who shot this 13-year-old girl, connect with Milwaukee Crime Stoppers by calling 414-224-TIPS, download the P3 TIPS app to your smartphone, or go to www.P3TIPS.com and leave your information.  Your call is always anonymous and if your tip leads to an arrest, you could get $1,000 cash.



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Callers can remain anonymous and are eligible to receive a cash reward if the information given leads to an arrest or grand jury indictment of a felony offender. 

Milwaukee Crime Stoppers relies on volunteer Directors and tax deductible contributions from the public in order to operate the administration of the program. 

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