- Associated Press - Wednesday, July 13, 2016

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (AP) - A new online resource seeks to help authorities in the Grand Rapids area nab crooks.

Officials with Silent Observer say in a statement that a new webpage is being launched Thursday will highlight surveillance images of the area’s “alleged notorious thieves, crooks and scoundrels” that are wanted for questioning by investigators.

The webpage will feature suspects that law enforcement officials haven’t been able to identify. Some of the crimes are misdemeanors, such as petty thefts, credit card fraud or destruction of property. Rewards starting at $50 will be offered for tips that pan out.




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