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Without fanfare, man helps Crime Stoppers thrive

Some volunteers work on the front lines, visible to the community. Everyone knows their names and positions. But another kind of volunteer spends hours behind the scenes.

Man wanted in dog assault outside Spokane City Hall

The 5-pound dog pulled out of a car and smashed against Spokane City Hall last week has pneumonia, is dehydrated and unable to swallow, according to SpokAnimal C.A.R.E.'s director who spoke with the dog's owners last night.

Dog assault at Spokane City Hall

Surveillance camera footage of a man breaking into a car and pulling out a dog June 22, 2009, outside Spokane City Hall. He then threw the dog against the wall, critically injuring it, and Crime Stoppers is seeking information about the man.

Reward offered in Meals on Wheels burglary

A weekend burglary at the Spokane Valley Meals on Wheels left the office trashed with overturned furniture, thrown food and wall covered with profane messages, and Crime Stoppers is offering a reward for information that solves the crime.

Meals on Wheels vandalism

Surveillance footage shows four young teenagers walking to the Spokane Valley Meals on Wheels building, which was broken into and vandalized the weekend of June 6 and 7. Crime Stoppers is offering a reward for information on the crime.