WOODBURY, N.J (CBS) — A $4,000 dollar reward is being offered in the murder of a Cumberland County man late last month in his girlfriend’s Clayton home.Students At Olivet Elementary School Honor Bus Driver, Denise Powell, Killed In Salem County Crash
Gloucester County Prosecutor Sean Dalton hopes the offer prompts someone to come forward with information in the slaying of 33-year-old Kenneth Mosley of Fairfield Township, just outside Millville.
He was shot on March 24 while sitting in the living room of his girlfriend’s residence on Downs Street in Clayton Borough, Gloucester County. Shots rang through a sliding glass door with four others in the house. None of the others were injured.READ MORE: Shooting Inside Lancaster's Park City Center Mall Leaves Some Employees Feeling 'Not Exactly Safe'
“The individuals responsible targeted Mr. Mosley. They knew where he was staying,” Dalton told KYW Newsradio. “It was planned and as such we believe that there are individuals who have knowledge regarding how this crime occurred.”Trial Of Maurice Hill, Man Accused Of Shooting 6 Philadelphia Police Officers During 2019 Standoff, Moved To 2022
The reward will be paid upon arrest and conviction in the case. Anyone with information is urged to contact the Gloucester County Prosecutor’s Office at 856-384-5552.