AMARILLO -- They're trained to solve unsolved crimes and for the next three days they'll be sharing their ideas. It's something Crime Stopper Units have done in Texas for the past nineteen years. This year they got together at the Amarillo Civic Center. About two hundred fifty Crime Stoppers from across the state hope to network with one another. "We do the fugitive thing and we try to get the bad guys off the street but the core around Crime Stoppers is to solve that unsolved case that we have no leads on," says Corporal Brian Thomas with the Amarillo Police Department. As part of their training, the Crime Stoppers will hear guest speakers talk about terrorism and motorcycle gangs.