Citizens Crime Commission

(A billboard above Tony Luke's advertises the reward for information in the murder of Don Ly.  Photo by Kim Glovas)

South Phila. Billboards Promote Reward For Info in 2013 Murder

One billboard is above Tony Luke’s, the cheesesteak shop near Front and Oregon, the other is at Ninth and Washington.

07/24/2014

(credit: Kim Glovas)

Investigation Continues One Year After Woman Is Found Dead In Blackwood, NJ.

A memorial ceremony and balloon release was held Monday afternoon in Cherry Hill, New Jersey to mark the one year anniversary of the death of Carol Reiff.

06/30/2014

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Reward In Northern Liberties Purse-Snatch Murder Increased To $37,000

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.

01/24/2014

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$25K Reward Offered in Chain of Northeast Philly Wawa Robberies

The armed hold-up took place around 2am Monday.

01/13/2014

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Radnor Police Reopen 1993 Probe Into Murder of Marple Twp. Woman

Radnor police superintendent William Colarulo announced that the murder of Jennifer Tong, on June 26, 1993, is being reexamined.

10/24/2013

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2008 Murder of Coatesville Couple Still Unsolved Despite $10,000 Reward

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.

07/03/2013

(Surveillance photo provided by Phila. PD, enhanced by CBS Philly)

Reward Offered For Tip Leading to Germantown Serial Rape Suspect

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.

06/04/2013

Antonio Rodriguez, 23, was convicted of murdering Elaine Goldberg, Nicole Piacentini, and Casey Mahoney.  (Phila. PD photo)

Family Of ‘Kensington Strangler’ Tipster Awaiting Thousands In Reward Money

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.

10/03/2012

Reward poster on 4th Street, near the crime scene where Michael Hagan was killed. (Credit: Steve Tawa)

Parents Continue Search For Son’s Killer

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.

08/10/2012

(Kenya Drinks, left, takes part in a vigil for her husband, slain last month.  Credit: Tyler Dougherty)

Family of Man Slain at Broad and Girard Announces Reward For Killer’s Capture

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.

01/27/2012

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After Three Years, Reward Offered In Murder Of Matt Novack

Matthew Novak Sr. is still hoping someone will step forward with information on the three men who killed his son.

09/29/2011

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Community Mourns Family Killed In West Philadelphia Store, Manhunt Underway

Police have released surveillance video that shows two suspects wanted in connection with the Tuesday night murders of three people in West Philadelphia.

09/08/2011

Reward Offered For Information Concerning Two Suspects In Bucks County Murder

Two Camden men are wanted in connection with a homicide last weekend in Bucks County.

07/30/2011

(Person of interest in a robbery at a CVS Pharmacy)

Suspects Sought In Several Pharmacy Robberies

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.

03/18/2011

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Philadelphia Budget Sets Half A Million Aside For Reward Money

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.

03/07/2011

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