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tip-off

Basketball the act or an instance of putting the ball in play by a jump ball
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'A 30 year-old al Shabaab suspect was shot dead today in #Ngombeni area, Kwale County by a Multi-Agency Team acting on a tip-off from the public,' reads the tweet in part.
As reported, the State Police had received a tip-off from the FBI regarding a video being streamed from a Latvian IP address on August 2, where the man was seen sexually abusing the underage girl.
Acting on a tip-off that drugs were being smuggled into Karachi from Balochistan, the police after a long off-road chase intercepted a car at Rais Goth early on Saturday morning and recovered one-kg crystal meth, one-kg heroin and four-kg charas.
The police received a tip-off from a credible source on June 28 about the betting racket and its involvement in the ongoing cricket world cup matches which led to the arrests of the accused.
Submit your tip-off or question to ACM by filling out the tip off form on our website.
A Wiltshire police spokesman said they were keeping an "open mind" about the tip-off from a member of the public.
As per details, the police, on a tip-off had nabbed two of the TTP's commander of Swat chapter, and recovered arms from their custody.
on Saturday before the boys play their final game of the Tip-Off Classic.
According to a police source, a team of B-Division police on a tip-off raided and arrested suspect Liaqat Ali Rajput, a resident of Kot Nihal Singh, from GT Road.
Reacting to a tip-off regarding presence of drug peddlers, the police conducted operation near Chowki Sherabad in Swabi.
O'Yadav military police officials said on Thursday that they received a tip-off from villagers about luxury wood hidden near their houses since Monday, as well as the transport of timber from other districts to the O'Yadav international checkpoint.
According to a spokesperson of Frontier Corps, the raid was conducted on a tip-off in the mountains near Mastung.