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$ 50K reward provided in lethal unsolved shooting in South Los Angeles

$ 50K reward provided in lethal unsolved shooting in South Los Angeles

Authorities with the Los Angeles Police Department are requesting for the general public's help in finding a suspect associated with a 2020 deadly shooting in South Los Angeles.

The incident, according to LAPD, took place on Oct. 29, 2020, in the L.A. community of Vermont Knolls.

At around 7:30 a.m., the victim was strolling east on West 84th Street near Hoover Street when an unknown suspect inside a lorry referred to as a silver, gold or gray colored, older design Mercedes Benz C or E Class opened fire, eliminating them.

Lorry seen in connection with a deadly shooting in Oct. 2020 shooting. (LAPD).

Police included that the suspect's automobile had a sunroof and tinted windows.

A $50,000 benefit is being offered by the Los Angeles City Council for any information resulting in the identity, arrest and prosecution of the person or individuals accountable.

No details about the victim's age, identity or gender was supplied.

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Anyone with information concerning this case is urged to contact the Los Angeles Police Department's South Bureau Homicide Division Det. Franco at 323-786-5154.

Those wanting to stay confidential can get in touch with the L.A. Regional Crime Stoppers Hotline at 800-222-8477 or leave pointers online at www.lacrimestoppers.org.

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