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Reward offered for information on QHS vandalism

Posted: May. 22, 2019 10:10 am

QUINCY -- A $500 reward is being offered by Quincy Regional Crime Stoppers for information that leads to an arrest for recent vandalism at Quincy High School.

The school had two separate incidents of vandalism Monday -- once in the early morning hours and the other late evening -- causing several thousand dollars of damage.

Anyone with information can contact the Quincy Regional Crime Stoppers Hotline at 217-228-4474 or submit a tip at quincycrimestoppers.com. Tips can also be sent via text by texting TIPSQRCS and the information to 274637, CRIMES on most cellphones.

All three options are anonymous and information that leads to an arrest will be eligible for the reward.

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