Updated: 8:24 PM The search continues for a killer and tonight, police are asking for the public's help. Last month, 29-year-old Ricardo Cole was found shot to death outside a Lexington nightclub. Now Crime Stoppers is offering a reward as his family speaks out.
Updated: 9:21 PM Lexington Police say he broke into a car, stole credit cards and then went on a shopping spree. Now investigators are looking for the man caught on tape spending more than $5,500 dollars on those stolen cards.
Updated: 9:47 PM The numbers are in and your tips are helping! More than 100 cases were solved in 2010 thanks to more than 1,100 tips through Crime Stoppers.
The program hopes to solve even more crimes in 2011 with your help.
Updated: 7:29 PM As the year draws to a close one police department still has some unfinished business to take care of. Lexington saw 18 murders in 2010, but police haven't made any arrests for seven of them. Police are asking for your help in solving these crimes.
Updated: 1:18 PM He's tied to at least two robberies in Lexington, and police believe he could be tied to more in the area. Police continue to look for the man who robbed a Shell Service Station and a Walgreens, armed with a gun and wearing socks on his hands. Now a reward is being offered in the case.
Updated: 7:14 PM Lexington Police are looking for the man who broke into Ride City Customs and drove out on a motorcycle worth more than $30,000. He's caught on tape leaving on the bike. Now Crime Stoppers is offering a cash reward.
Updated: 8:43 PM Lexington Police continue to look for the woman responsible for robbing a bank on Euclid Avenue the day before Halloween. Now Crime Stoppers is offering a $1,000 cash reward in this case.
Updated: 1:32 PM They're caught in the act on cameras. One man distracts an employee at Dan's Discount in Winchester, while his friend then steals thousands of dollars worth of gold necklaces, and you can clearly see them committing the crimes. Now a reward is being offered in this case.
Updated: 7:27 PM It's a case investigators have been trying to solve for months. Three men were found shot to death at a home in Clark County in March. Now an organization is trying to help police find answers in the triple murder.
Updated: 1:21 PM Lexington Police are looking for a man who may be linked to two burglaries in one night! They happened in early October at an apartment complex on Foreman Avenue. Police are still looking for the person responsible and Crime Stoppers is offering a cash reward.
Updated: 1:33 PM Lexington Fire investigators continue to search for the person responsible for setting a vehicle on fire in a parking structure on September 23rd. Crime Stoppers is offering a cash reward in the case.
Updated: 1:50 PM Lexington Police are looking for a man they say burglarized a man's home, and then used his credit card at an area Walmart.
Now a cash reward is being offered for information that leads to the man's arrest.
Posted: 9:03 AM Lexington Police continue to search for the man that robbed the Speedway on Boston Road around 2:30 in the morning on July 23rd, and Crime Stoppers is now offering a $1,000 cash reward.
Updated: 7:18 PM You can't miss them! There have been 89 full-size horses on display in downtown Lexington since mid-July for horse mania. The horses have caught many people's attention, but just this week, two of them were vandalized. Now police are looking for whoever is responsible.
Updated: 8:46 PM A woman goes on a shopping spree at an area Walmart, but the problem is the card she used was not hers! Tonight, police hope you recognize the woman caught on tape making the fraudulent charges.
Updated: 8:34 PM It's been mroe than a month since Lexington Police and the Fire Department were called to a gruesome scene. A man's burned body was laying beside the road. They are now asking for anyone with information to come forward, and Crime Stoppers is offering a $1,000 cash reward.
Updated: 1:32 PM They appeared to be shopping, but police say two women were actually stealing fur coats! One of the women stuffed them under her clothes to make it out of the store. The crime is caught on surveillance and police need your help finding the women responsible.
Updated: 1:50 PM Lexington Police continue to look for a man who robbed a Lexington gas station. They say the man walked into the Speedway off Boston Road in late March, pulled out a gun and demanded money. Now a cash reward is being offered for his arrest.
Updated: 1:26 PM Police continue to look for a man they say is breaking into gym lockers and cars. We brought you this story back in July. This happened at some 'Y' locations around Lexington. Now Crime Stoppers is offering a $1,000 cash reward in the case.