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You can either contact the El Cerrito Police Department, or use the tip line provided by
Crime Stoppers of West Contra Costa County. You may remain anonymous.

 El Cerrito Police Department
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 510-215-4400    510-799-TALK
 Email    510-799-8255

Robbery - Case Number 11-21559 

              
Suspect wanted by ECPDOn December 23, 2011, the suspect entered a store at the El Cerrito Plaza and stole multiple i-phones that were on display.

The suspect is described as a male in his early 20s. The suspect was wearing a black A’s baseball cap with red bill, black hooded leather jacket, blue shirt underneath jacket, dark color shoes, dark framed glasses with the temple of the glasses partially white in color.

Anyone with information in regards to this case is encouraged to contact the El Cerrito Police Investigations Division at 510-215-4418.



Robbery - Case Number 11-21384

Suspect wanted by the ECPDOn December 21, 2011, the suspect burglarized a restaurant in the 10300 block of San Pablo Avenue in El Cerrito. The suspect is described as a male between the ages of 25-35.

Anyone with information in regards to this case is encouraged to contact the El Cerrito Police Investigations Division at 510-215-4418.




Can you help to identify these suspects?

image of suspect image of suspectThese are Police sketch artist renderings of two suspects involved in the September, 2005 shooting death of Reggi Remo Mario. 
Click on images for close-ups.

Anyone with information is encouraged to contact the police department. The family of the victim is offering a $100,000 reward.









 Please, let us know what you know.
 El Cerrito Police Department    Crimestoppers
Anonymous Tip Line
 510-215-4400    510-799-TALK
 Email    510-799-8255

Who are the Crimestoppers?

Crimestoppers are a group of concerned citizens of West Contra Costa County who seek to assist local police departments in solving crimes of a serious nature. Crimestoppers raise funds to present to persons who provide information that assists in the solving of crimes in the communities.

The tips are provided anonymously to the tip line, and no names or further information is required. The caller is to give a code name of their choice and the information is sent to the appropriate police department. (Crimestoppers does not investigate the crime.)

When the crime is solved and the story is in the local newspaper, the tipster should call and seek the reward. The reward amount varies (up to $1000) and is paid in cash to the tipster, with only their code name as identification.

Please help us to help our Police and Sheriff's Departments solve the crimes that can only be solved by a tip from someone who has information but does not want to be identified. Crimestoppers anonymous tip line is 510-799-TALK.


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