Chinatown shooting: Crime Stoppers passes out fliers, K reward offered for info in Jennifer Medrano’s death

Chinatown shooting: Crime Stoppers passes out fliers, $15K reward offered for info in Jennifer Medrano’s death

CHICAGO (TOC) — Crime Stoppers handed out flyers in Chinatown Friday to assist unfold the phrase a few $15,000 reward being provided in a taking pictures that killed a 24-year-old lady.

They mentioned assist from the neighborhood actually makes a distinction in fixing homicides, and with such a transparent picture of the particular person of curiosity, there’s hope justice may be discovered for Jennifer Medrano.

It has been practically a month since Medrano was shot and killed in Chinatown. Chicago police mentioned she was caught in crossfire on July 1 close to the 2200-block of South Wentworth when two males acquired into an argument and began taking pictures at one another.

Now, Crime Stoppers is making an attempt to assist police discover a man wished as an individual of curiosity.

“We’re asking the neighborhood, please attain out and inform us who this particular person is,” Prepare dinner County Crime Stoppers chairman George McDade mentioned. “We do not know wish to know your title.”

One of many gunmen, a 38-year-old, was taken to the hospital in essential situation. Chicago police shared surveillance of the opposite suspect operating away from the scene.

Crime Stoppers consider that sort of proof together with a close-up picture of the person must be sufficient to result in an arrest.

Within the meantime, the Medrano household mentioned they’re nonetheless struggling to deal with Jennifer’s dying.

The neighborhood is rallying round them and hoping for an finish to those crimes.

“I believe what I hear is the heartbreak,” McDade mentioned. “A younger woman who’s within the time of her life going out to get pleasure from herself and that is all taken away as a result of somebody had a gun.”

Anybody with data that might result in an arrest ought to name Prepare dinner County Crime Stoppers or Chicago police. You possibly can stay nameless.

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