Animal Abuse Reward
up to $11,000  


Up to $3,000 reward for information leading to the arrest in a GRAND THEFT case. MORE INFORMATION

Up to $3000 Reward
ARMED ROBBERY
committed on February 12, 2017
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Up to $10,000 REWARD for information on a Vehicular Homicide. More Information

Up to $5,000 Reward
Vehicular homicide of 15 year old Justin Flowers.  Click HERE for details.


Up to $3000 Reward
ARMED ROBBERY
on March 3, 2017
in Ft. Lauderdale, FL

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Up to $3000 Reward
Hit and Run 
on March 20, 2017.

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Up to $3000 Reward
Strong Arm Robbery 
on March 5,2017
in Lauderdale Lakes, FL

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Up to $3000 Reward
Homicide of
Keith Pinnock
on March 11, 2017

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Up to $4000 Reward
Hit and Run
on March 31, 2017
in Miramar, Fl

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Up to $3000 Reward
Vandalism
on September 29, 2016
in Miramar, FL

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Up to $9000 Reward
Triple Homicide
on September 5, 2016
in Lauderhill, FL

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Up to $3000 Reward
Homicide
on April 13, 2017
in West Park, FL

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This case has been SOLVED
Homicide of
Jeff Reveille
on April 2, 2017
in Pembroke Park, FL

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Up to $25,000 Reward
Double Homicide
in North Lauderdale, FL
on January 28, 2017

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Up to $25,000 Reward
Homicide of
Marquel McCormes
on September 1, 2012
in Lauderdale Lakes, FL

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Up to $28,000 for information that leads to the arrest of terrorists or terrorism in Broward County! If you SEE SOMETHING - SAY SOMETHING!

Reward for information leading to an arrest has been raised to $15,000.  Click on the Unsolved Crimes in the Menu for more information.

Up to $3,000 Reward
Hit and Run
on April 8, 2017
at 3:30 AM

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Up to $3000 Reward
Shooting & Kidnapping
on May 8, 2017
at 12:30 PM

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Up to $3,000 Reward
Armed Robbery
on April 8, 2017
at the Stop N Go in Dania Beach, FL

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Up to $16,000 Reward
Homicide of
Ollie Lee Mingo
on May 17, 2017
in Hallandale Beach, FL

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Up to $3000 Reward
Homicide
of Wilys Michel
on May 6, 2016
in Ft. Lauderdale, FL

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Up to $3000 Reward
Homicide of
Bernard Jones
on June 15, 2017
in Lauderhill, FL

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Up to $3000 Reward
Homicide of
Jerrod Belair
on June 24, 2017
in Ft. Lauderdale, FL

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Up to $3000 Reward
Homicide of
Patrick Tranchida
on July 4, 2017
in Ft. Lauderdale, FL

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Up to $3000 Reward
Homicide of
Joaquin Delgado
on June 25, 2017
in Lauderhill, FL

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Up to $3000 Reward
Homicide of
Stanley Julien
on July 20, 2017
in Ft. Lauderdale, FL

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Up to $3000 Reward
Hit and Run on
July 14, 2017
in Sunrise, FL

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Up to $3000 Reward
Homicide of
Teresa Samuels
on August 2, 2017
in Ft. Lauderdale, FL

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Up to $3000 Reward
Traffic Homicide of
Kinna Collander
on May 5, 2017
in Oakland Park, FL

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Up to $10,000 Reward
Hit & Run
Marykutty George
on July 21, 2017
in Davie, FL

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$3000 Reward
Armed Robbery
on August 16, 2017
at the 7-Eleven Gas Station
in Ft. Lauderdale, FL

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Broward County Crime Stoppers is a nonprofit organization dedicated to solving and preventing crime.

Up to $12,000 REWARD Vehicular homicide of Christopher Mohr. Click HERE for details.

Up to $10,000 reward for information leading to an arrest in the disappearance of Steven Mackrell. Click here for MORE INFORMATION on the case. 

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