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Cleveland police launch new method for public to share crime tips: Investigators still seeking info on weekend violence

Have a tip for police? There's a new way for you to submit information and evidence.
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This file photo shows a Cleveland Police Department patrol car.

CLEVELAND — As the Cleveland Police Department continues investigating last weekend's violence, they have launched a new way people can submit crime tips or photo/video evidence.

It's done through a new online tool, which you can see HERE.

"The Cleveland Division of Police is seeking the public's help to investigate criminal offenses associated with the demonstrations wherein a suspect has not yet been identified," authorities said Thursday morning when announcing the new crime tip submission platform.

The department said they are continuing to sift through incidents connected to the "civil unrest."

"There were multiple criminal offenses committed, which did not result in arrest. Investigators are currently reviewing hours of video recorded by officers’ body worn cameras as well as video recorded via city cameras."

Earlier this week, Cleveland Police Chief Calvin Williams vowed to bring justice to those responsible for the weekend violence.

"I want people in the city of Cleveland to know that we're going to do everything possible to keep this city safe going forward," Chief Williams said.

You can also provide anonymous tips by calling 216-25-CRIME.