$10,000 Reward Offered For Information About 2012 Murder of Tow Truck Driver

June 29, 2018 Last Updated: June 29, 2018

It’s been six years since tow truck driver Robert Garcia was murdered in Norwalk, Calif., but his killers have still not been apprehended.

The Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department made an announcement on Thursday, June 28, that a $10,000 reward would be offered to help bring justice to Garcia’s memory.

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Authorities said that back in 2012, 22-year-old Garcia was finishing his shift at around midnight one night, when three men showed up with firearms.

The police found Garcia dead at the front door of the business, with multiple shot wounds.

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According to KTLA, no suspects have been taken into custody. However, the investigator described the three Hispanic men as in their late teens with thin builds.

During the press conference on Thursday, police said they hope to encourage more witnesses to come forward with the reward, as well finding out the motive behind the crime.

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Garcia’s parents also joined the conference. Garcia’s mother Anna Salazar expressed her hopes that anyone who knows something will come forward. She and the victim’s father Lloyd Garcia also said that the reward will help bring closure and healing to the family.

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Anyone with any information can call the sheriff’s office at 323-890-5500.