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Crimestoppers: the right tip is worth $500

JONESBORO, AR (KAIT) -

We had three armed robberies on Crimestoppers Tuesday night, two of which were committed by the same pair of suspects.

The right tip that can lead to an arrest in any of these cases is worth $500.

Two suspects robbed Big Al's on Magnolia Street Saturday night. JPD said they later robbed the Exxon at Parker and Southwest Streets.

Another robbery happened last Thursday. A man was caught on surveillance camera robbing the cashier at the gas pumps at the Walmart Neighborhood market on Harrisburg.  

Take a close look now at one of the suspects in the Big Al's case. He tries to cover his face, but you can still make him out. He's also the one holding the gun.

In the Walmart case, we never get a good look at the suspect's face, but his hoodie with the large possibly 'skull and crossbones' logo on the front and back may give him away.

Once again, the right tip to solve either of these cases is worth $500. You will remain anonymous. All you have to do it call Crimestoppers at 935-STOP or text in your tip.

You can do that by sending a text message that says 935stop as one word followed by your tip to 264637.

You will get a message back from Crimestoppers with your anonymous tip number. This is yours to keep for any future reward.

The warrants are a little different this week on warrant watch; they include forgery, fraud and battery. 

Derika Bell has 14 marks next to her name. A dozen of those warrants are for public service and contempt of court.  

But she's also wanted for forgery out of Craighead County and fraud out of Poinsett County.

Gerald Bloyd mixes his list up a little. Seven warrants are for contempt, three for public service and one warrant for battery out of Mountain Home.

If you know where police can track down Gerald Bloyd or Derika Bell, it's worth money.

Call in that tip to Crimestoppers at 935STOP or text it to 264637.

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