First ever 'Who Done It' fund raiser helps Crime Stoppers
Bikers put on their helmets, reved their engines and set off to solve a crime at today's first ever Tri-Cities Crime Stoppers 'Who Done It' ride.
Almost 200 people donated 20 dollars each to spend the day finding clues around the area and to be the first to solve the big case.
Bikers rode from Kennewick through the Yakama Valley and back to the Tri-Cities.
Workers say the focus of the event is to gain donations so Crime Stoppers can keep handing money to those who give information that leads to arresting felons.
"It's a beautiful day, it's a good cause and really folks that are riding, they just need an excuse and so we gave them an excuse to come out and have a good time today," law enforcement coordinator Mike Blatman said.
And riders say they did have a good time biking 150-miles around the area to play detective for a day.
Crime Stoppers has givin more than 60,000 dollars in rewards since 1985 and workers say thanks to donations made for the event, they intend to keep the trend going.