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McDonald’s employees who spotted Facebook killer in line for reward

Cash Reward, Facebook Murder, McDonalds, News, Steve Stephens -

McDonald’s employees who spotted Facebook killer in line for reward

Federal and local law enforcement are convinced that the McDonald’s employees who spotted Facebook killer Steve Stephens made the difference in the manhunt for him, so they should get the $50,000 reward that comes with it.

Cleveland Mayor Frank Jackson said of the reward for information, “There is an award up to $50,000 for the arrest of Mr. Steve Stephens. The money comes from the FBI, ATF and U.S. Marshal Service.”

Although technically Stephens was not arrested, since he killed himself after being chased down by police, law enforcement officials still feel that the employees who called in their sighting was crucial in the investigation, since they not only called in the sighting but stalled Stephens at the drive-thru window while police rushed over to the McDonald’s.

TMZ reported that there have not yet been any official meetings concerning the distribution of the reward.

 

The post McDonald’s employees who spotted Facebook killer in line for reward appeared first on theGrio.


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