Augusta police seek public’s help with ‘Wanted Wednesday’ initiative

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AUGUSTA — The Augusta Police Department is calling on the community to assist with its “Wanted Wednesday” initiative, a program designed to gather information on persons of interest related to local incidents.

Each Wednesday, the department releases photographs of individuals they are seeking information on through social media and local press.

Community members are encouraged to review the images and provide any details they may recognize, with the assurance that no piece of information is too insignificant.

The initiative aims to harness the power of community vigilance in aiding law enforcement with ongoing investigations.

The Augusta Police Department has emphasized the importance of public involvement, stating that tips from residents could be crucial in solving cases.

The department has urged anyone who recognizes someone from the “Wanted Wednesday” photos to contact the investigating officer listed in the photo’s caption.

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