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Award rises to $10,000 for tips leading to the arrest of local teen Noah Smith's shooter

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Anyone with information is asked to contact the FCSO at 386-313-4911 or email [email protected], or to call CrimeStoppers at 1-888-277-TIPS.
by: Melissa Morreale Public Affairs Officer, Flagler County Sheriff's Office

The award for tips leading to the arrest of the shooter who killed 16-year-old Flagler Palm Coast High School student Noah Smith in Bunnell on Jan. 12 has been doubled. 

“Now is the time to decide if you want to be a witness or a defendant, so call CrimeStoppers and provide us the information that will help catch a killer."

 

— RICK STALY, Flagler County sheriff

At the request of Flagler County Sheriff Rick Staly, the Florida Sheriff’s Association’s Criminal Apprehension Assistance Program is adding up to an additional $5,000 reward for tips leading to an arrest. 

CrimeStoppers of Northeast Florida had previously offered a reward of up to $5,000. This combined reward now up to $10,000 could go to the person whose tip leads to an arrest involving the death of the Bunnell teen.

“We know people in the community have information that could help this investigation,” Staly said. “Now is the time to decide if you want to be a witness or a defendant, so call CrimeStoppers and provide us the information that will help catch a killer. You will remain anonymous and could be eligible for a reward up to $10,000. Do this now for Noah and his family. We will not rest until his killer is brought to justice. ”

If you have anything information which could help in the investigation, please contact the FCSO or CrimeStoppers. Contact the FCSO by calling 386-313-4911, email [email protected], or call CrimeStoppers at 1-888-277-TIPS.

The investigation is ongoing and active. As information becomes available, we will update the community.

“Your help and information could honor the memory of Noah. Together, we will get justice for Noah and his family,” Sheriff Staly added.

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