$500,000 Reward for Information on the Murder and Attempt Murder of 12 Victims between 1985 and 2007
Los Angeles: Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) Robbery Homicide detectives and Assistant Chief Jim McDonnell announced a reward for information on the murder and attempt murder of 12 victims between 1985 and 2007 in South Los Angeles.
The reward for up to $500,000 is offered by the City of Los Angeles and was announced at a news conference today in front of LAPD Headquarters, Parker Center.
The crimes occurred primarily in South Los Angeles. There was also one crime in unincorporated Los Angeles County and one in the city of Inglewood. The murders began in 1985 and continued through 2007.
The Los Angeles Police Department is requesting the public’s help in identifying the person(s) responsible for these crimes.
Anyone with information concerning these crimes of violence is asked to call Robbery Homicide Detective Dennis Kilcoyne at 213-473-0346. After hours and on weekends calls may be directed to the 24-hour, toll-free number, anonymous tip line at 1-877-LAW-FULL (529-3855).
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