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St. Louis announced a $100-GRAM in the reward for information in the shooting deaths of 4 children

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St. Louis Mayor Lyda Krewson, on Saturday announced a reward of $25,000 for any information leading to arrests in any of the four child shooting deaths in the past few months, the number of abandoned, city leaders frustrated, and the communities on the border.

The latest shooting occurred Friday night, when Jurnee Thompson, 8, was shot and killed outside a restaurant with her family.

The other three people, two guys and a woman — were killed or wounded.

St. Louis Mayor Lyda Krewson announced a $25,000 reward for information leading to arrests in each of the four child has the pictures of the dead.
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The shooting followed a fight at a football jamboree at Soldan High School, which involved a number of schools. The St’s. Louis Post-Dispatch reported, Thompson was the 12th shooting death of a child in the city since the beginning of April.

“Conventional police tactics are not enough,” Krewson said at a press conference to announce the reward. “We need to have the information of the general public in order to help you up, to bring the shooters to justice.”

The $25,000 reward for any event and will only be available through Sept. 1, Krewson said, and the expression of the sense of urgency to solve the crime.

The researchers will also ask for information in the deaths of three other children as well. Eddie Hill, 10, was shot and killed on the 19th of July, while out with his family on his front porch. Come true, Powell, 3, was on a sidewalk when she was killed June 9, and a 2-year-old Kayden Johnson was shot and killed by his mother at their home on April 30, when they hid from the invaders in a closet, investigators said.

No arrests have been made in the cases, said the Pcs. Louis, chief of police, Col. John Hayden.

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“The little girl didn’t do anything wrong,” Hayden said of the Family. “She was with family when this happened. The shots rang out. Not sure what the special of the fight that was going on when shots rang out.”

Anyone with information about each of the cases was asked to contact Crimestoppers.

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