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Grady Co. Crimestoppers Seek Public Help

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GRADY CO., Okla_ This week, Chickasha and Grady County Crimestoppers is seeking your help in solving two crimes.

On Wednesday, April 24th, a home in the 500 block of West Georgia in Chickasha was burglarized twice in the same day.

On Monday, April 29th, the cell phone tower in the 400 block of North 16th Street in Chickasha was vandalized, and items were stolen from that location.

Anyone with information about these or other crimes, is urged to call Chickasha and Grady County Crimestoppers at 405-224-TIPS (224-8477). You can also use your mobile device, and text you r tip to CRIMES (274-637), use the key word "Chicktip".

You can be given a cash reward if the information you provide leads to an arrest or indictment. You won't have to give you name, and you won't have to go to court.

To date, Chickasha and Grady County Crimestoppers has recovered more than $450,000 in stolen merchandise, and  the arrest of more than 100 criminals.

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