The stories that you hear — beginning tomorrow — on Youngstown TV will be true.
“Crimestoppers” is returning to the airwaves after a three-year absence, according to the Warren Tribune-Chronicle.
The program was discontinued due to a lack of funding.
Youngstown police Detective Sgt. Charles Swanson is the law-enforcement liaison to the revived program, which is headed up by Andrea Wood, publisher of the Youngstown Business Journal. Nationally, “Crimestoppers” programs claim a 93 percent success rate, Swanson said.
Viewers who want to report information that can help Youngstown-area police solve a crime are invited to call (330) 746-CLUE.