Retail company 7-Eleven is offering folks a $100,000 reward for any information police can use to help solve a slew of store robberies.
Police in Southern California are searching for a man who fatally shot two people and robbed 7-Eleven stores in three different counties. Now, 7-Eleven locations in Los Angeles, Riverside, Orange and San Bernardino have temporarily shut their doors following the string of violence. Some stores will be closing down shop Monday night, Tuesday night and closing early on Wednesday, ABC 7 reports.
The well-known quick-stop-shop issued a statement, offering an award of $100,000 for anything information that can lead “to the arrest and conviction of the suspect.
“Our hearts remain with the victims and their loved ones, and our focus continues to be on franchisee, associate and customer safety,” the company wrote in a Tuesday statement. “With that in mind, we have encouraged stores in the Los Angeles area to close again tonight.”
Those who may have details related to the incidents are asked to contact Orange County Crime Stoppers at 855-TIP-OCCS.