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News Release
Monday, February 14, 2011
Media Relations
   
   
$50,000 Reward Offered in Connection with Murder of Herbert Eugene Seymour Jr NA11035rf

What:        
A news conference to announce Los Angeles City Councilman Bernard Parks’ sponsorship of a  reward in connection with the killing of 31-year-old Herbert Eugene Seymour Jr. who was gunned down from behind in the street for no apparent reason on the evening of Feb. 9, 2010.
 
When:        
Tuesday, February 15, 2011
4 p.m.

Where:   
LAPD 77th Area Station
7600 S. Broadway
Los Angeles 90003

Who:          
Eighth District Los Angeles City Councilman Bernard Parks
LAPD Acting South Bureau Chief and Commander Robert Green
LAPD 77th Area Captain Jorge Rodriguez
LAPD Criminal Gang Homicide Division Acting Commanding Officer Thomas McMullen
Victim’s family members
Colleagues and coworkers from victim’s place of employment

Why:     
To offer an incentive to the community in the hope that someone has information about the tragic killing and will come forward to the police. Seymour was the father of two children and employed by Best Buy retail stores.




     
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