Crime Stoppers

Davenport Police Department

Davenport police are holding out hope a reward will help them solve a three month old homicide. On Monday Crime Stoppers annnounced the extension for another 90 days of the 10,000 dollar cash reward for information leading to the arrest of the person reponsible for Jason Roberts' death. 

Roberts Murder Reward

Jun 12, 2018
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Authorities are asking for our help in solving a recent homicide in Davenport. Tuesday, Crime Stoppers of the Quad Cities offered a reward of up to $5,000 for information regarding the death of Jason Roberts.

Moline Police Department.

Nearly three decades after he disappeared, Moline police are trying once again to figure out what happened to Jerry Wolking. He was 52 years old when he was last seen on October 18th, 1990.

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Maybe an alleged thief in the Quad Cities isn't the low-life we thought he or she was. This afternoon, the Moline Police Department announced a veteran's wheel chair lift was not stolen as was believed.

Michelle O'Neill reports the alleged thief doesn't exist.

Many people contacted Crime Stoppers to give tips about the wheel chair lift. They helped officers find it near 7th Avenue and 17th Street in Rock Island. A press release says the lift somehow separated from the veteran's Trail Blazer sometime on Saturday night, April 1.

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Police are asking for help finding two men who may have set a Moline home on fire.

Michelle O'Neill has more.

Crime Stoppers and the Rock Island County Sheriff’s Department say early Sunday morning, firefighters and deputies were called to the 4000 block of 13th Street, in the Fruitland neighborhood.

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Police are searching for a man who robbed a Moline gas station at gun point. Yesterday, Moline Police responded to an armed robbery at the T-Mart on 4th Avenue, around 8 pm.

The owner of the store was behind the counter, and says a man pointed a black semi-automatic pistol at him and demanded money. An employee was also present at the time.

The suspect left the store with an undisclosed amount of money and headed east. He's described as a black male, about 5'9" with an average build and mustache.

Moline Police Department

Police in Moline have turned to their "secret weapon" for help in solving some recent cases of vandalism. Members of the Scholastic Crime Stoppers clubs at Moline High School and John Deere Middle School have posted flyers, asking for help.