Updated on 3/2/24

Crimestoppers Most Wanted in February for Cascade County

Law enforcement agencies in Central Montana use Crimestoppers to help with locating and making sure those who should be behind bars are behind bars.

There are three different ways in being a tipster.  You can use the P3 Tips App, the P3 website, or call the Tips Hotline.  Once you reach out in one of the three ways listed above, you will "submit a tip", and then you will receive a tip identification.  If the tip you submit is helpful in the arrest of a suspect, the "Tipster" will be notified of their cash reward and how to receive that reward.  Tipsters can be eligible for up to a cash reward up to $1,000.

How Crimestoppers Works for Everyone Across Montana as a Non-Profit

Crime Stoppers is a Non Profit organization, that is funded by community contributors, no City or County tax dollars help fund them.  Crimestoppers is run by a six person Board of Directors, here in Cascade County.  Crimestoppers allows for anyone to anonymously provide tips and have the ability to be rewarded for that information.

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The Most Wanted in Cascade County in Montana

Here are the most wanted for February of 2024.  If you have any information on anyone on this list please reach out to Great Falls Crimestoppers or by calling GFPD.  Crimestoppers number is 406-727-TIPS and GFPD is 406-455-8599.

Great Falls/Cascade County Crimestoppers Most Wanted February 2024

Each month the Great Falls/Cascade County Crimestoppers release the most wanted criminals in the city and county. These criminals make the list for February 2024.

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