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Berkeley Police Department's Most Wanted

Wanted HandcuffsThe City of Berkeley Police Department Most Wanted section highlights suspects in several of the City of Berkeley's  most notable cold case files.  While these cases have yet to be solved, BPD does not give up on its efforts. It is not inconceivable and has been demonstrated throughout the country that some crimes are solved many years later when new witnesses or evidence is brought forward. 

The community plays a critical role in participating in solving crime. Please take a moment and look through the categories of crimes in the links below. There are specific details, pictures and sketches shown as well as instructions on how you can help.

The City of Berkeley Police Department (BPD) is now a participant in Bay Area Crime Stoppers. (BACS) Calls to BACS are completely confidential. Callers with viable tips can receive up to $2,000 cash in reward money in any felony investigation. You can call the non-profit organization at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477) or TEXT TIP584 plus your tip to CRIMES (274637).

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FBI Most Wanted List    California's Most Wanted 


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