Reward Increased in Officer Walker’s Murder, Police Release Video of Suspects [UPDATE]

The reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the men who killed Officer Moses Walker Jr. has been increased to $88,000. The city and a number of different organizations have pledged reward money. On Monday afternoon the Philadelphia Police Department released surveillance video of two men stalking Walker after he finished his shift at the 22nd District headquarters and began walking along the 2000 block of Cecil B. Moore Avenue. [Philly Police]

UPDATE: The Philadelphia Police Department has released an updated video that includes closer images of the suspects. Also, the reward has been increased to $118,000. [Philly Police]

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