Crime Stoppers Offers Reward to Find Missing Flint Man
Craig “CJ” Myott went missing back in May and now Crime Stoppers is offering a reward to help find him.
According to ABC 12, Craig “CJ” Myott was last seen in the 2000 block of Crocker Avenue in Flint, which is near the area of Brennan Park off Lippincott Boulevard, back on May 21.
Craig “CJ” Myott is 6-foot-1 and 170 pounds with blue eyes and light brown hair. He has tattoos on his arms, chest, neck and face. He has a tattoo that says “insancz” above his right eye.
Anyone with information on Myott’s whereabouts should call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-422-JAIL. A $2,500 reward is available for information leading to him.
A lot of people think that Crime Stoppers is part of the police. Actually, they are an independent, non-profit organization that is a resource for law enforcement. You could consider them as a buffer between citizens and the law enforcement agencies.
If you have a tip on a missing person or someone that is wanted for crimes, you can report it anonymously. A question people often ask is how they are going to get paid for their tip if they're anonymous. Your identity is a tip number that is given to you, that is the only way to identify you in the process. Crime Stoppers partners with businesses in Southeast Michigan that helps distribute cash rewards anonymously. All you need is your tip number and how much the reward is, and you will be handed an envelope full of cash. It's as simple as that.