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Public, businesses can sign up to receive crime alert notifications

6:53 PM, Apr. 23, 2013
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Thanks to a statewide electronic crime-fighting network, a man suspected of passing five counterfeit $100 bills at Manitowoc fast-food restaurants in late December was located in Menomonee Falls in early January.

Using the Wisconsin Crime Alert Network, Capt. Larry Zimney of the Manitowoc Police Department had sent out a description of two suspects in the case, one with a noticeable gold front tooth.

"Within literally minutes, I had three responses," Zimney said. ...

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