SAN FRANCISCO (WHDH) — San Francisco officials are now offering a $50,000 reward for any information that will help them find the suspect who killed a man from Lowell last year.
Calvin Riley, 20, was playing Pokemon Go with a friend last summer when he was shot and killed.
In addition to the $50,000, Riley’s family and the U.S. Park Police have also offered rewards of their own. Riley’s parents said they hope the additional money will help with the search for a suspect. The total reward is now at $110,000.
Police said they have interviewed a number of people but do not have any suspects. They do have a sketch of a man who fled the scene.
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