Citizens Crime Commission
The Citizens Crime Commission says the reward is now $37,000 for information that helps Philadelphia Police make an arrest in the robbery and shooting death of Amber Long.
The armed hold-up took place around 2am Monday.
Radnor police superintendent William Colarulo announced that the murder of Jennifer Tong, on June 26, 1993, is being reexamined.
Police say that during the early morning hours of July 6, 2008, 24-year-old Carnell Parker and 21-year-old Shontae Peterson were gunned down inside a house in the 200 block of Charles Street.
The Citizens Crime Commission has put up the $2,500 reward for any information leading to the arrest and conviction of a suspect in the attacks, which occurred during the past three months.
Months after police charged Antonio Rodriguez with raping and murdering three women, the tipster later known as “Oscar” was killed on a Kensington street corner.
A Mom and Dad who lost their son in a deadly robbery last month in the Society Hill section of Philadelphia returned to the crime scene to put up more reward signs on street furniture, in an effort to find his killer.
Just a block from North Broad Street, at Girard and Watts, police say someone shot and killed 50-year-old Kevin Drinks on the evening of December 10th, in front of the furniture store where he worked.
Matthew Novak Sr. is still hoping someone will step forward with information on the three men who killed his son.
Police have released surveillance video that shows two suspects wanted in connection with the Tuesday night murders of three people in West Philadelphia.
Two Camden men are wanted in connection with a homicide last weekend in Bucks County.
Philadelphia Police are hoping for help from the public catching a pair of armed robbers who have struck 10 CVS and Rite Aid Pharmacies in Philadelphia and Delaware Counties since August.
It is not a big-ticket item in Mayor Nutter’s new budget, but police hope some new cash for rewards could help them solve the worst crimes.
A group of state lawmakers and a civic organization in Philadelphia plans to offer a reward today, hoping to spark leads for police investigating the beating of a southwest Philadelphia community activist a week ago.
A New Jersey man has more than tripled the reward he’s offering for information leading to the arrest of his son’s killers.