Police & Fire

Signs Promote Crime Stoppers Program

Frenchtown Police Chief Allan Kurylka, Vince Nardone of Crime Stoppers, Readington Police Chief Sebastian Donaruma and Readington DPW rep Wade Warner install a sign at Hillcrest Park. Credits: courtesy photo

FLEMINGTON, NJ – Signs touting the county’s Crime Stoppers program will soon be popping up around Hunterdon.

Hunterdon County Crime Stoppers purchased signs and is making them available to promote the program that it is making available to local communities to tout the Crime Stoppers program. Signs have already been been placed in Hillcrest Park in Readington and will soon be placed in Frenchtown.   

Crime Stoppers allows people to receive rewards for anonymously reporting crimes. Tips can be phoned in to 1-800-321-0010, texted to CRIMES with the Message HCTIPS, or submitted online. No one will ever ask the name of someone submitting a tip.

Municipalities or businesses requesting signs can contact Crime Stoppers at 1-800-321-0010.

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