300 subjects identified through Lake Forest Park Police's Can You ID me

Friday, August 5, 2016

Inspired by a police site in Oregon, Det. Tony Matthews of the Lake Forest Park Police set up the website CanYouID.me on August 1, 2010 with investigators from five participating police departments.

The site is an electronic billboard of surveillance photos and mug shots of people the police would like to contact, either as persons of interest or as witnesses.

On August 1, 2016, CanYouID.me reached 300 identified subjects. 

CanYouID.me now has 266 Washington State investigators signed up on the website from 83 police departments.

The intent of this program is to provide one location where Washington State detectives and investigators can post photographs of unknown subjects that could be seen by the public.

The public can submit names of those persons in photographs directly to the investigating detective.

CanYouID.me would like to thank the public for taking the time to view our website and submit names to our investigators. Your information has helped solve numerous crimes that might have not been solved without your assistance. 
Please continue to view the website and make it even more successful.

Do you recognize anyone?


Nanook August 5, 2016 at 6:33 AM  

Oh goodie, Big Brother gets even more invasive.

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