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Indiana's Most Wanted: April 2018

Help police solve cases and find suspects in central Indiana

INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) – Every month with the help of police departments across central Indiana, 24-Hour News 8 highlights men and women they need your help bringing to justice.

If you recognize any of the suspects in the video or have any information that could help detectives, you are asked to call Crime Stoppers at 317-262-8477.

You can also call toll free at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477). Remember, if your tip leads to an arrest, you could could be eligible for a cash reward.

WISH-TV is teaming up with Crime Stoppers again for the annual Community Shred-It event. It's an opportunity to shred personal or unwanted material, recycle electronics and a chance to dispose of prescription drugs. Crime Stoppers Director Steve Dubois stopped at 24-Hour News 8 to explain what you can bring and how donations support Crime Stoppers. 

And 24-Hour News 8's Eric Feldman talked to DePauw University students after a series of racially charged and insensitive comments were left around campus

It's been a decade since the murder of Anthony Dewayne Allen Jr. During those years, there's been no concrete evidence on who killed him. So Julian Grace spoke to Allen's family and followed up with police about the case. 

For more of our special monthly Indiana’s Most Wanted, click on the videos. Click here and here for photos of April's Most Wanted.


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