June program results released
Posted on 21/07/2020
During June we received 182 contacts from people wanting to share what they know about drug making, growing and dealing in their community. Your information led to the discovery of a clandestine drug lab in the metropolitan area as well as seizure of trafficable quantities of cannabis plants and dried cannabis, heroin and methamphetamine.
We also saw people passing on information about illegal firearms, the murder of McLaren Vale grandfather Stanley Broadwood, the unsolved cold case murder of Whyalla service station owner Peter Seaford in 1989 and fatal crashes at Mawson Lakes and Lockleys.
Our unsolved weekly crime segments asked for information about the death of Kensington Park woman Ann Marie Smith, the identity of two men caught on CCTV breaking into Bar Torino in the city, the disappearance and suspected murder of Brian Cairney in 2010 and an intruder who broke into an Unley home while an elderly resident was inside.
People watched our unsolved crime videos 4,577 times on our Facebook page in June, we reached an estimated 34,575 users and attracted 428 new followers.
Other June 2020 results included:
• 1,604 calls and 489 online reports received;
• 1,069 information reports were taken and 1,074 actions issued to police for investigation;
• 46 apprehensions for a range of offences;
• 10,480 people visited the Crime Stoppers SA website, resulting in 33,970 page views;
If you have any information about suspicious activity or an unsolved crime then call our free hotline on 1800 333 000 or go to www.crimestopperssa.com.au
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