Three area law enforcement agencies are asking for your help in finding the person who's sending obscene and threatening messages to random cell phones.
We have the details in this week's "Crime Stoppers."
The person actually hacked into a high school student's voicemail to send threatening messages in the Sept. 12 "Crime of the Week."
Members of the Bowling Green Police Dept., Warren County Sheriff's Office and Kentucky State Police hope you've heard about these threatening communications.
On Tuesday afternoon, Aug. 14, someone hacked into the voicemail of a local high school student's cellphone.
Once in control, the suspect sent a broadcast message to at least 50 random telephone numbers with a very obscene and threatening message.
This was probably meant to be a prank, but the people who received the message are not amused.
Sending a message like this is a crime and authorities hope someone will come forward with information about this incident.
If you know anything about this terroristic threatening, please call "Crime Stoppers" at 781-CLUE or go click here to get to their website.
You could get up to $1,000 for your anonymous tip.
Remember, "Crime Stoppers" calls are not recorded and they do not use caller i.d.
They just want your information, not your name.