featured on KOMO late night news

Sunday, February 24, 2013 - the website with photos of people the police would like to interview which was created by Det. Tony Matthews of the Lake Forest Park Police - was featured on the 11pm KOMO TV news Sunday night.

The website offers space for any police department to post photos of people of interest in crimes. It includes the increasingly vivid surveillance photos from bank robberies, outdoor surveillance cameras around businesses, with photos of people, vehicles, and distinctive clothing. The photos have the details about place, crime, reason the police are interested in the photo subject.

Starting with just the Lake Forest Park police in 2010, the site is now used by over four dozen agencies. 40 suspects have been identified to date.


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