fugitive watch 9/13/21
Jefferson County Detectives Need Public Assistance in a Homicide Investigation
UP TO $5000 IN REWARDS OFFERED
On February 9, 2020, the body of a black male, Quaysean “Sean” Caribe Avant, was discovered near a fishing trail in a portion of Bay View Lake along the 200 block of Mulga Loop Road. The 18-year-old had been reported missing by his family to Birmingham PD on February 6, 2020.
Crime Stoppers of Metro Alabama offers cash rewards for tips that lead to the arrest or charge of felony offenders. Our tipsters remain ANONYMOUS. We do not have caller ID, and IP addresses from tips submitted via the internet are deleted. Offering cash rewards is a proven way of getting the information law enforcement needs to solve crimes and locate wanted criminals, but the real value of our program is that it gives citizens an opportunity to help make the communities where they live and work safer. Crime Stoppers of Metro Alabama is not a law enforcement agency, but it works closely with law enforcement throughout Central and North Alabama.
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If you or someone you know is in need of services or support, please contact one of our community partners. Crime Stoppers of Metro Alabama supports the generous work of these local agencies.
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You can submit anonymous tips from our free and secure mobile app. Search your app store for “P3 Tips” or click the appropriate link below.