Little Rock, Arkansas — Little Rock officials and authorities are stepping up their efforts to help solve the city’s homicides with an uptick in crime across the state of Arkansas.
The City of Little Rock and the Little Rock Police Department are asking for members of the community to assist in finding answers to cold cases that are currently under investigation.
An award offer of $10,000 is available to anyone who comes forward with information, leading to the arrests and convictions of individuals involved in any unsolved homicides, according to LRPD’s Twitter account.
This includes, but is not limited to, those who may have witnessed suspicious activity near the area of an unsolved incident.
If you have information regarding any homicide, contact the LRPD Major Crimes Division at (501) 371-4660 or their tip line anonymously at (501) 371-INFO (4636).
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