BRISTOL TOWNSHIP, Pa. (CBS) — The Bucks County District Attorney’s Office has created a reward fund in hopes of urging new information in three Bristol Township killings. Each of the unsolved cases has a $1,000 reward for information leading to an arrest and conviction.

These are three separate incidents that happened over a span of two years. Investigators are at a point where they want the public’s help to solve them before they go cold.

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Cashe Conover was 22 years old, fun-loving and happy.

“She loved life. She loved people,” Charmane Steed, Conover’s mother, said.

22-year-old Cashe Conover

22-year-old Cashe Conover

On Oct. 27, 2019, on the 2400 block of Bloomsdale Road, she was fatally shot in an alley in her Bristol Township neighborhood.

“If it was your child or your uncle or nephew or niece, how would you feel?” Steed said. “You’d be standing right where we all are asking the same thing.”

Just a little over a year later, two days before Christmas 2020, authorities say a bullet pierced the driver-side window of Shaquille Love’s Chrysler 200. He was hit in the head and killed. His car came to a stop near Edgeley Road and Marion Avenue.

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“I’m just asking that somebody come forward,” Shauna Love, the victim’s mother, said.

On June 29 of this year, lifelong volunteer fireman Daniel Santiago lost his life in a deadly hit-and-run on the 5400 block Bristol Pike. Authorities say the 53-year-old was riding his bicycle when he was struck. His family is still searching for answers.

“My brother to me was, not only my brother, but he was a hero for me,” Ned Santiago said.

Bucks County District Attorney Matt Weintraub says public and private partnerships, including repurposed money from Crime Stoppers, are being used to offer a $1,000 award in each of these cases.

Santiago’s family raised an additional $3,000, making the reward in his case $4,000.

“We do believe there are people out there that know something that can help us,” Weintraub said.

Officials made it clear Wednesday that there’s no connection between the three deaths, only a need to bring a sense of justice and peace to the victims’ families.

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If you have any information that can help solve any of these cases, you’re urged to call Crime Stoppers at 215-348-6354, or the Bristol Township police at 215-785-4707.