Pictured L-R: Diane Gibson, both First State Bank Vice President and Crime Stoppers Program Administrator alongside Stan Rzad, Crime Stoppers Treasurer.
State Bank of the Florida Keys is working with Crime Stoppers of the Keys to offer a $500 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of person(s) responsible for the drowned dog recently found on Big Coppitt Key.
Witnesses can contact Crime Stoppers anonymously with any tips at 1-800-346-TIPS and www.tipsubmit.com.
“We encourage anyone who has clues or tips that can help solve this dreadful crime to come forward and utilize our local Crime Stoppers organization to bring the criminals responsible for this heinous act to justice,” said Diane Gibson, First State Bank VP/Corporate Services/Business Development Manager.
Crime Stoppers of the Keys is a community-based program designed to help law enforcement solve crimes by rewarding anonymous tipsters who supply criminal information that lead to arrests.
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