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Date: 2013-12-23
Location: Manawa Laundry Mat
Crime: theft / criminal damage to property

Description: On or around Christmas Eve (Dec. 24, 2013), the Manawa Laundromat sustained $3,000 in damage to their machines after unknown suspect(s) pried-open the Laundromat`s machine coin boxes. Approximately $100 in quarters was stolen. Anyone with information is asked to contact Chief Walker, Manawa PD.

Date: 2012-02-02
Location: Stratton`s Drug Store
Crime: Attempted Burglary

Description: On March 2, 2012 at approxiamtely 1:59 AM someone attempted to gain entry into Stratton`s Drug Store in the rear of the building. Attached is a photo of a possible suspect vehicle leaving the scene. Any information, please contact Det. Sgt. Brian Hoelzel at 715-942-9943.

Date: 2012-10-17
Location: Walgreen`s Pharmacy in the City of Waupaca & Sweet Medicine in Iola
Crime: Attempted Robbery

Description: On Wednesday, October 17, 2012 between 8-8:05 pm in the parking lot of the Walgreen`s Pharmacy (when pharmacy closes) a female subject wearing all black, with a hoodie pulled over head and wearing a black neoprene mask over the lower portion of her face standing (almost hiding, ducked bown by Red Box) outside store startled two pharmacy employees as they left the store. Subject left on foot, running SB, and around building. Female subject approximately 5`05` tall, 125 lbs, fair skin. On Saturday, October 20, 2012 at approximately 1:04 PM, at Sweet Medicine in Iola a female approximately 5`3` to 5`4` tall wearing a black hoodie and possibly a turtle neck pulled up to her nose approached an employee that was getting into her vehicle. The suspect brandished a knife and asked for medication. The employee put their vehicle in reverse and ran over the suspect`s foot possibly causing injury. If anyone has any information, please contact the Waupaca Police Department at 715-942-9943 or Iola Police Department at 715-258-4466 or Waupaca County Crime Stoppers at 1-888-258-9955 or text a tip to 274637 then typing `Waupaca` plus your message, then send.

Date: 2012-04-18
Location: Strattons Drug Store
Crime: Robbery

Description: On April 18, 2012 at approximately 5:25 PM, an unknown white female entered Stratton`s Drug Store located in the City of Waupaca. The suspect indicated she had a 22 gauge gun but she did not want to hurt anyone. The suspect handed the pharmacist a note book that indicated she wanted 100 Alprazolam and 100 Lorazepam 1 mg pills. The pharmacist then counted the medication while she waited. The pharmacist also placed the medication in different bottles and hand wrote on each label what they were. Suspect was described as a white female in her 40`s to 50`s, darkish/red possibly short hair, 5`4`, skinny(125 pds), and spoke like she was a heavy smoker. Suspect was wearing an U.S. Army Veteran baseball cap, big sunglasses(eye doctor gives after exam), surgical mask, gray sweatshirt, dark green jacket, red elastic / running pants. Suspect was very desperate for medication. Any information, please contact Det. Sgt. Brian Hoelzel at 715-942-9943. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Date: 2013-01-17
Location: Waupaca County Sheriffs Department
Crime: Tanna Togstad/Tim Mumbrue Double Homicide March 1992 Waupaca County

Description: The Waupaca County Sheriffs Department and the The Wisconsin Department of Justice Division of Criminal Investigation (DCI) are continuing to pursue leads in the homicides of 23 year old Tanna Togstad and her 33 year old Boyfriend Tim Mumbrue. The two were found dead in Togstads rural Weyauwega Farmhouse 20 years ago on Sunday March 22, 1992. The residence is located on Butternut Ridge Road about one mile west of Sth 110 just North of Weyauwega. Tanna Togstad died of one fatal stab wound. Mumbrue was brutally attacked and died from multiple stab wounds. Togstad and Mumbrue were last seen alive just before midnight on Friday night March 20, 1992 leaving LDs Bar in Clintonville. Evidence was left at the scene and the DNA could be a direct link to the person(s) responsible for the homicide. Investigators believe there is someone in the general public that has valuable information that could solve this crime. If the person wishes to remain anonymous and receive a reward for information that would lead to the arrest of the person responsible for the Homicide they can use the information on the Waupaca County Crimestoppers Website.

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Manawa, WI 54949-0225

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The WAUPACA COUNTY CRIME STOPPERS meets the 3rd Thursday of the month in Manawa, Wisconsin at the Manawa City Hall, 500 Bridge Street at 7:00pm.

Our Mission

Waupaca County Crime Stoppers is a non-profit organization established to aid law enforcement in crime solving by obtaining anonymous tips from citizens. Citizens with information that could aid law enforcement are encouraged to call our toll free tip line at 1-888-258-9955; their identity will be kept anonymous, the phone call is not recorded or traced, and the caller will not be asked any personal information. If the tip results in an arrest, Crime Stoppers pays a reward to the caller of up to $1,000.00.

Waupaca County Crime Stoppers also hosts the Quick $50 program in the county's school districts. A student can call our toll free tip line to report students bringing weapons or drugs onto school property, or to report a person who has made a threat to cause bodily harm; the same anonymity still applies. The student may also give a tip to their police liaison officer and remain anonymous. In any case where the tip leads to charges being filed by police, a cash reward of $50 is paid within 24 hours to the tipee.

Who are the Waupaca County Crime Stoppers? Volunteer citizens, the police departments of Waupaca county, and the surrounding communities’s media work together to help solve crimes.

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  4. When the tip is sent , it is encrypted and routed through secure servers, protecting the personal details of the tip provider. It allows police to exchange text messages with the tip provider without ever knowing the person’s identity. This service is NOT for emergencies or crime in progress. For emergencies, call 911.