The annual Crime Stopper's Eye-Opener Breakfast was held at the Sloan Convention Center in Bowling Green this morning.
Each year, breakfast-goers are thanked for their part in making the area Crime Stoppers program such a success.
Officers with Bowling Green Police say, they get up to ten tips a day.
"I'm in banking so I appreciate those tips and every time we catch a criminal it's just one more plus for Crime Stoppers," says Sonja Taylor, Chairman of the the Crime Stoppers Board
"One of the things I really love about crime stoppers is all the money goes to its intended purpose," says Sherwood Davis, a Crime Stopper's supporter.
"We have received numerous tips that have led to arrests in very serious felonies in Warren County. We could not do our job without the assistance of Crime Stoppers," says Kim Geoghegan.
Area police have solved more than 1,500, and recovered more than half-a-million dollars in stolen property, since Crime Stoppers began in 1989.