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August 2019 results released

Posted on 03/10/2019

Nearly 900 actions were generated for police investigation during August thanks to information provided by the community to Crime Stoppers.

Our unsolved weekly crime segments during the month asked for help to solve the shooting murder of Jason De Ieso at his Pooraka workshop, identify two people wanted for an assault on a couple at Light Square in the city, a man caught on CCTV during an assault in the carpark of a Norwood business and a robbery of an Elizabeth Downs hotel.

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Other August 2019 results included:

  • 897 intelligence reports raised and 876 actions issued to police for investigation;
  • 1,871 calls to our hotline and 243 online reports;
  • 10,042 people visited the Crime Stoppers SA website, resulting in 27,254 page views;
  • 22 people apprehended for a range of offences.

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