ALBANY, N.Y. – People throughout New York state, including Westchester and Putnam counties, now have multiple ways to give tips on wanted individuals by the state police.
State police have made 24 arrests since launching a Warrant Wednesday campaign on Facebook in February, according to a press release.
This success inspired officials to not only continue taking telephone and social media tips for the Warrant Wednesday program but also to now include an email address for people to send information.
You do not need a Facebook account to view the postings, which include each suspect’s photo and a brief description of the crime for which the person is wanted.
To visit the state police Warrant Wednesday Facebook page, click here .
To email the state police about a suspect, click here .
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