Crime Stoppers volunteer recognised for his 30 years of service | 7NEWS

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A Sunshine Coast Crime Stoppers volunteer has been recognised for his 30 years of service.

77-year-old Neil Behm has worked to reduce and prevent crime in the community, including assisting with Queensland’s biggest ever missing person’s investigation.

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