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Nissan USA Donates New Titan Pickup Truck to Nashville Crime Stoppers


Nissan USA on July 27th formally presented Nashville Crime Stoppers with a brand new Titan pickup truck to help promote the Crime Stoppers message at community events, parades and the scenes of violent crime.

“The more ways we can publicize Crime Stoppers, the safer Nashville will be,” Chief Steve Anderson said. “I want to express the Metropolitan Police Department’s sincere appreciation to Nissan, which now calls Middle Tennessee home for its North American headquarters, as well as the independent Crime Stoppers Board of Directors for their strong support and community spirit.”

Over the past 29 years, citizen tips to Crime Stoppers have been directly responsible for solving more than 200 murders, more than 700 armed robberies and more than 300 burglaries. Those tips have also led to the apprehension of more than 4,000 fugitives.

Citizens with information on those responsible for criminal activity can contact Crime Stoppers anonymously at 74-CRIME. Persons can also send an electronic tip by texting the word “CASH” along with their message to 274637 (CRIMES) or by logging onto Callers to Crime Stoppers are eligible for cash rewards.

Pictured with Crime Stoppers’ new Nissan Titan pickup truck are (l-r) Crime Stoppers Board Member William Coleman, Nissan USA Vice President Dave Mazur, Chief Steve Anderson and Crime Stoppers Board Member Dwayne Duhon.

Chief Steve Anderson with representatives from Nissan and Crime Stoppers prior to the unveiling of the vehicle

Chief Steve Anderson and Nissan USA Vice President Dave Mazur speak at a news conference announcing the donation of a new Titan pickup truck to Nashville Crime Stoppers.