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Name: Richard Julius PAMAK

Gender: MaleRace: Indigenous
DOB: 02/26/1944 Age: 76 
Hair: Gray Eyes: Brown 
Case: 2011 – 774615
Last Known Location: Mr. PAMAK was last seen walking on Goose Avenue at approximately 10:30pm in the Goose Avenue area, in the town of Happy Valley/Goose Bay, NL.
Missing Persons As Of: 06/28/2011


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NLCrime Stoppers is looking for volunteers to join our Board.

The NL Crime Stoppers Board of Directors is a working Board that plays a key role in the program – volunteering in this capacity is rewarding and a great way to make a substantial contribution towards the safety of our communities. Director positions are for three-year terms and meetings are held once a month.

If you know someone (or are that someone) who is interested in volunteering with us, submit nominations by August 31, 2020 to Ashley Savinov at must be supported by two members of Crime Stoppers and current membership in Crime Stoppers is not required. Successful nominees will be subject to membership screening before taking an active role on the Board. Elections will take place at the AGM September 14, 2020

Covid-19 Message

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Newfoundland and Labrador Crime Stoppers realizes the importance to assist public efforts to stop the spread of COVID-19 and we will work from home during this time to help flatten the curve.

Rest assured all tips continue to be processed and forwarded to the appropriate investigating agencies. Our call centre operators at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477) have made adjustments to ensure social distancing and remain fully operational to take your calls. You can still submit tips online at or use our free P3tips App.

As always, all tips are anonymous and your identity is protected.

We encourage you to do your part, please follow the advice of health experts and government agencies. #flattenthecurve

Happy New Year and Happy Crime Stoppers Month!

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The theme this year is “Creating Partnerships Against Crime”

The foundation of Crime Stoppers is the partnership between the community, law enforcement and media. Crime Stoppers works to educate the public and create awareness on illegal activities in an effort to help promote the Canadian values of safety, empowerment and inclusion.   Creating awareness and mobilizing Canadians in reporting suspicious or criminal activity anonymously requires a network of partners working together for a common end.

Newfoundland and Labrador Crime Stoppers thanks its many partners for their continued support and look forward to growing the program in the year ahead.

NL Crime Stoppers hitches a ride with Newfound Cabs

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Newfound Cabs is continuing to improve the safety of our community by adding Crime Stoppers bumper stickers to its entire fleet. The 1-800-8477 tip line will be driven all over St. John’s & surrounding areas, reminding citizens they can anonymously report information and assist investigating agencies in their fight against criminal activity.  

NL Crime Stoppers thanks Newfound Cabs for their ongoing support.