Anonymous donor increases reward in unsolved Cape homicide
In hopes of generating new leads in the 2014 murder of Cape Coral resident Al Griffiths, Southwest Florida Crime Stoppers is working with an anonymous donor who this afternoon has pledged a $9,000 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the man responsible for gunning down a manager in front of his workplace.
Griffiths was on break, sitting in front of the TJ Maxx store he managed at 1502 Del Prado Boulevard, just before 9 p.m.
Now that the entire Garcia family has arrived in town, they decided this morning to offer an additional $3,000 reward, on top of the initial $5,000 which was offered yesterday. So now, in total, the reward amount for information leading to an arrest in Rene Garcia’s murder is $9,000 ($8,000 from the family and $1,000 from Crime Stoppers).
Southwest Florida Crime Stoppers is asking for the public’s help gathering any information in the murder of a Lee County woman whose body was dumped alongside I-75 in early August.
The lifeless body of Penny Seevers (DOB 1/18/71) was found on Tuesday, August 5th near the southbound lanes of I-75, just south of Colonial Boulevard. Her death has been determined to be a homicide, however to this point, detectives have received very little information in determining who took her life.
Southwest Florida Crime Stoppers is asking for the public’s help identifying and tracking down the man who gunned down the manager of the TJ Maxx department store earlier this week.
Alfred Griffiths was outside the Del Prado Boulevard store on Tuesday, November 18th when an unknown male fatally shot the store manager. While numerous shoppers and patrons of adjacent businesses heard the gunshots, no one was able to identify the gunman, and detectives are still searching for the man who pulled the trigger.
“This horrific random act of violence occurred in a busy area, and we’re hoping
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