Missing Person: Elizabeth Ann Campbell
In an effort to find answers & bring closure to the family of Elizabeth Ann Campbell,
Copperas Cove Crime Stoppers has increased the reward up to $10,000 for any information leading to an arrest and prosecution in this case.
Elizabeth was last seen in Copperas Cove on April 25th, 1988. Her family has been desperately seeking answers for nearly 35 years!
If you have ANY information, we urge you to report the information anonymously by contacting Copperas Cove Crime Stoppers! Tips can be submitted via our website, P3 Tips app, or by calling (254) 547-1111.
HOW IT WORKS
How do I submit a tip?
Is my identity protected?
YES! Crime Stoppers was designed as a tool for citizens to relay criminal information to law enforcement agencies while remaining anonymous.
How much are the rewards?
The amount of the rewards is based on the established reward systems that pay for information leading to the arrest or charges filed on persons involved in crimes and is limited to $1,000 per reward. The volunteer, civilian board of directors raises the funds for rewards and handles disbursement.
What's different about Crime Stoppers?
The primary role of Crime Stoppers is to protect the identity of our tipsters while solving local cases. We offer safe, secure, and anonymous crime reporting for the public. All calls and texts are processed by a third party before we receive them, and all personal information is stripped.
How do I claim my reward?
When you call in your tip, we will issue you a case number which may be used to collect a reward if the information leads to an arrest. Do not hang up before you receive this number. We CANNOT trace your call.
ABOUT CRIME STOPPERS OF COPPERAS COVE
Copperas Cove Crime Stoppers is a community-based organization dedicated to aiding law enforcement in solving and preventing serious crimes. Crime Stoppers exists to encourage members of our community to assist local law enforcement agencies in the fight against neighborhood crime by overcoming the two key elements that often prevent community involvement: fear and apathy. We are proud of our partnership with citizens, local media, law enforcement, and the criminal justice system.
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