Police Shut Down Hannah Graham Tip Line
Police have closed the special phone number and email account that were set up for tips after 18-year-old UVA student Hannah Graham disappeared in September.
November 11th, 5:05 PM EST
Police had setup a special phone number and email account for tips after the 18-year-old University of Virginia student disappeared in September. Tuesday Charlottesville police closed both the tip line and email address.
Police say approximately 5,000 tips have come in on the case.
Graham's remains were found in an isolated section of Albemarle County last month. The medical examiner's office still has yet to release the official cause or manner of death for Graham.
Jesse Matthew is charged with her abduction. He has a court hearing set in this case in December.
Just because the designated lines are closed - doesn't mean authorities aren't still looking for any information regarding the case. If you have any information on the case, you can call Charlottesville police at 434-970-3280, Albemarle police at 434-296-5807 or Crime Stoppers at 434-977-4000.
Charlottesville Police Department Press Release:
The Charlottesville Police Department has shut down both the phone tip line and the e-mail, CPDTIPS; the special avenues of communication set up in regards to Hannah Graham's disappearance.
Any further information anyone wishes to pass along can be relayed directly to the Charlottesville Police Department at (434) 970-3280, the Albemarle County Police Department at (434) 296-5807 or Crime Stoppers at (434) 977-4000.