Clues To Catch Armed Guard’s Killer’s…. Now Pays $50,000

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The FBI hopes an even larger cash reward will help get the men who killed an armored car guard.

FBI, Loomis and Crimestoppers together have up’d the bounty.

“Bringing the total award amount to $50,000,” says Michael Anderson, FBI Special Agent in Charge.

A tight group, security guards, are paying their respects on a warm winter night at the same Chase bank three armed killers got away, “Who on Wednesday murdered Hector Trochez,” says Anderson.  “A Loomis armored truck security professional in the course of an armed robbery at the Chase Bank at the intersection of Claiborne and Carrolton Avenue.”

He says for now surveillance images are staying out of the public’s eye, “They wore dark hooded sweatshirts and masks and they used handguns and at least one rifle.”

Anderson says apprehending those responsible is a matter of time, “Full forensics, surveillance video analysis and numerous interviews.”

Federal, state and local law enforcement are working the case.

They urge all three suspects  to turn themselves in.