Bossier Sheriff’s Office Seeking Hit & Run Suspects
Detectives with the Bossier Parish Sheriff's Office are asking the public for help identifying two people that are wanted for questioning in a hit and run incident.
The two people are believed to have knowledge about the incident that happened November 2nd at the Dollar General Store in the 4600 block of Highway 80 in Haughton, LA. Detectives say the two left the scene driving a dark colored car or SUV.
If you think you know either of these individuals, Bossier Parish Sheriff's Office ask you to contact them to help in the investigation. The sheriff's department reminds you that any information provided can remain anonymous. Anyone providing information could also be eligible for a cash reward.
There are several ways to provide your information and still remain anonymous. You can call the Bossier Parish Sheriff's Office at 318 965-2203. You can call Bossier Crime Stoppers at 318 424- 4100. You can also submit information anonymously through the website p3tips.com via the web. P3tips also has a secure password protected mobile app for your smart device available through your app store.
Tipsters Can Remain Anonymous
What makes the p3tips unique is that users can submit information securely without being identified. The app captures no caller ID, does not track using cookies, no recorded lines and no saved IP address. According to Global Intel, the creator of p3tips, ANONYMITY IS GUARANTEED.
Another unique feature is the app allows two-way dialogue capabilities. This allows the tipster to be able to come back and provide any additional information at any time. It also allows the detectives to ask questions regarding information, while the tipster remains anonymous. Reward information can be provided back to the tipster upon request through the same secure and encrypted interface.