The award amount has increased for information leading to an arrest of person(s) responsible for the fatal shooting at Memorial Park Skating Center.
On November 20, 2021, a shooting occurred at the skate park located within Memorial Park that resulted in multiple victims and two deaths. The perpetrator(s) of this crime remain at-large. Anyone with information or who is a witness to this tragic incident is asked to call the Pikes Peak Crime Stoppers at (719) 634-STOP (7867) or 1-800-222-8477.
Callers will remain anonymous and they can qualify for the increased reward that will be paid in cash. Information can also be submitted at www.crimestop.net - CLICK HERE to submit a tip. Crime Stoppers does not request or require any callers to provide their name or any other type of personal identifying information to be eligible to collect a reward.
For information leading to an arrest of person(s) responsible for shooting at Memorial Park Skating Center. On November 20, 2021, a shooting occurred at the skate park located within Memorial Park that resulted in multiple victims and two deaths. Anyone with information or who is a witness to this incident is asked to call the Pikes Peak Crime Stoppers at (719) 634-STOP (7867) or 1-800-222-8477.
Callers will remain anonymous and can qualify for the reward that will be paid in cash. Information can also be submitted at www.crimestop.net
This reward increase comes from support by Police Foundation of Colorado Springs, a local non-profit with a mission to support CSPD.
Call 719-634-STOP (7867) to provide information.
Colorado Springs park vandal caught after outdoors expert 'Hiking Bob' boosts reward amount! In September of 2021, John Venezia Park became the victim of vandals who ripped water fountains out of walls, smashed lights and painted politically-motivated graffiti on benches, sidewalks, and other park property. To catch those responsible for the damage, Crime Stoppers issued a $1,000 reward for information leading to an arrest in connection to the vandalism, which they announced in a press release Sept. 23. Robert "Hiking Bob" Falcone, a local journalist and outdoors expert who took particular exception to the vandalism, decided to "sweeten the pot," matching the Crime Stoppers donation to boost the reward to $2,000 on Oct. 12.
Hours after the new reward was announced, a tipster called the anonymous Crime Stoppers tip line and Colorado Springs police, providing video footage showing what the vandals were wearing at the time of the crimes and "facial details," according to the Crime Stoppers release and police statements. The suspect information allowed police to identify, track down, and arrest a teenager in connection to the Venezia Park vandalism, later linking them to a separate vandalism case.
For more details on this situation, read the full article in the Gazette here.
Pikes Peak Crime Stoppers has announced the formation of a new fund to be used for increased rewards to tipsters for information leading to the arrest of wanted persons or to help law enforcement in solving crimes.
Rewards are an effective way to generate information from the community about crimes or wanted persons. Larger rewards lead to more tips, which in turn leads to additional help for law enforcement. PPACS pays rewards for information leading to an arrest or conviction. All tips received by PPACS are kept anonymous and rewards are paid in cash.
The REWARD FUND will be used to raise reward levels and offer increased rewards for information on high-profile crimes or wanted persons.
Your contribution to the CRIME STOPPERS REWARD FUND will assist PPACS in helping reduce crime. Donations may be mailed to PPACS, P.O. Box 446, Colorado Springs, CO 80901, CLICK HERE TO DONATE TO THE REWARD FUND.
YOU can help! All contributions are tax deductible and will support our community law enforcement agencies in reducing crime in our city. Your generosity is greatly appreciated.
Please contribute now and help reduce crime in the Pikes Peak Region.
NOTE: PPACS is a 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation. PPACS has no employees, office, or assets and receives no funding from any government entity. Contributions are tax deductible. Consult your tax advisor for guidance.