Police Launch 'The Line-Up,' Ask The Public For Help In Catching Criminals

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San Francisco police have launched a crime prevention tool called "The Line-Up," which encourages public involvement in helping solve the city's crimes.

Each week, the Police Department will release one video of a suspect involved in criminal activity. Police urge the public to watch the videos and, if they recognize the suspect or have information about the crime, to contact investigators.

A police detective's contact number will accompany each video. Tipsters can choose to remain anonymous.

The videos can be seen by visiting www.sanfranciscopolice.org and clicking on "The Line-Up" at the bottom of the screen.


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