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November 16--  Citizens who have information on local crimes can get some easy money from Crimestoppers.

A $1,000 reward is available if you know who stole a 1996 Red and White International rollback tow truck from the James Thompson Service Center on Highway 280 in Vidalia in September.

A $500 reward is being offered for information leading to an arrest in the burglary and arson case which occurred at Horton's Service Center on Pine Street in Vidalia on October 31.  A set of four tires and rims were taken from a Chevrolet Impala which was also set on fire inside the shop.

A $300 reward is offered regarding an armed robbery which occurred at the McIntosh Grocery in Vidalia on October 13.  Police say a tall black male wearing a hooded gray sweatshirt with a blue bandana across his face held up the store clerk at gunpoint and fled on foot.

Any citizen who has information on any of these crimes can call the CrimeStopper hotline anonymously.  If the information leads to an arrest, the caller will get the reward money "no questions asked."

If you have information on the stolen truck from Thompson's, the theft and arson at Horton's or the armed robbery at the McIntosh Grocery, call the CrimeStoppers Hotlline at 1-866-439-6313.