Reward Increased to $75,000 in Abduction Case
The following organizations have offered reward money bringing the total to $75,000
The Fraternal Order of Police Lodge #5 - $5,000 reward for the arrest
Mayor Nutter - $10,000 reward for the arrest
The NAACP Philadelphia, Black Clergy and other African American Leaders - $10,000 for the arrest
Local 332 Laborers District Council - $10,000 for the arrest
The Office of Senator Anthony Hardy Williams - $30,000 for the arrest
U.S. Marshals - $5,000 for the arrest
The Citizens Crime Commission - $5,000 for the arrest and conviction of the suspects in the following case:
On Monday, January 14, 2013, at 8:50am, a five year-old female student was abducted from Bryant Elementary school, located at 6001 Cedar Avenue. The child was taken out of the Hazel Street exit of the school, then left on 61st Street.
The child was taken to a house in the area, where her female abductor was joined by the above male. The victim was recovered on Tuesday, January 15, 2013, at 4:40am at 69th Street and Marshal Rd in Upper Darby, PA.
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