MECHANICSBURG, Pa. (CBS) — Pennsylvania Crimestoppers has revamped its web site in an effort to reach out to more forms of social media.

The site,, has a whole new look to it, according to state coordinator Kira Lemmons. No longer are you confined to calling in a tip on an toll-free 800 number if you think you recognize an alleged criminal.

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“With this new web site, if you see somebody and you want to share it with friends, you can share it on Facebook, because we do have a Facebook page,” Lemmons says. “You can share it through Twitter.”

And once their mobile app is up and running, in a month or two, you can actually send in a picture of a crime.  All anonymously, of course.

There’s even a way to communicate with Crimestoppers online, without anyone knowing who you are.  You’re tracked through a number they assign to you, and if a reward is connected to the case and your tip works out, you get the money.

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Reported by David Madden, KYW Newsradio 1060


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