FALL RIVER (1420 WBSM) — Fall River Police are once again seeking information about illegal dumping in the city.

Just days after someone dumped a pile of over a dozen mattresses on Wilson Road in Fall River, now police are seeking information about a large group of tires that were dumped in the city earlier this week.

Police said they responded to New Street at the former Shell Oil at around 1:30 p.m. on Tuesday, December 13 for a report of illegal dumping. They arrived to find the 101 tires that had been left at that location overnight.

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Anyone with information on the tires is asked to contact Detective Nicholas Custadio at (508) 676-8511 ext. 259. Information can also be provided anonymously at (508) 672-TIPS (8477).

Fall River Mayor Paul Coogan offered a reward of $200 for information leading to the person who dumped the mattresses. No word as of this writing if a similar reward will be offered regarding the tires.

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