$110,000 Reward Offered for Carjackers Who Killed Three Kids

Police have identified the victims.

Carjacking Crash

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As of Saturday afternoon, there are still no arrests in the fatal North Philadelphia carjacking that killed three children and left their mother in critical condition. The city is offering a $100,000 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the two suspects, and the Fraternal Order of Police is offering $10,000. The FOP reward is set to expire on Monday.

Police have identified the children as Thomas Reed, 10; Keiearra Williams, 15; and Terrence Moore, 7. Their mother, Keisha Williams, 34, is at Temple University Hospital in critical condition. The family is from the 1200 block of West Hilton Street, near 12th and Allegheny.

On Saturday, police said that the homicide division is following up on tips but that there is “nothing concrete at this time.”

The two suspects carjacked a 45-year-old real estate agent at gunpoint on Friday morning, forcing her into the back of her car. A short time later, they crashed the vehicle at the intersection of Germantown and Allegheny avenues in North Philadelphia, ramming into the woman and her children, who were selling fruit on behalf of their church.

The suspects fled on foot. They are described only as a black male wearing a white T-shirt and a Hispanic male wearing a white T-shirt.

Anyone with information is urged to call police at 215-686-TIPS.