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Family Offers Increased Reward in West Palm Intersection Murder Case

Keo Crockett, age 31, was discovered shot to death at a West Palm Beach crossroads more than a month ago. His family has upped the incentive for information leading to an arrest in an effort to find closure.

Family Offers $13,000 Reward to Solve West Palm Beach Murder Case

According to a statement released on Wednesday by the West Palm Beach Police Department. The family of Crockett increased the $3,000 prize by an extra $10,000. That was the promise made by Crime Stoppers of Palm Beach County in an effort to identify the individual responsible for Crockett’s death on Sapodilla Avenue last month.

Breanna Crockett, Crockett’s sister, claimed, “My brother was murdered very coldly and brutally.” “He was left out in the street to die.”

Just before 11:40 p.m. on September 16, police discovered him laying in the area of 10th Street and Sapodilla Avenue. Crockett. who had a red backpack and was discovered next to a black bicycle was declared dead there and then.

Family Increases Reward in Unsolved Palm Intersection Murder Case

Detectives searched the neighbourhood for witnesses and security camera footage, but they have not yet made an arrest public. According to Police Chief Frank Adderley, there have been more than 150 unsolved homicides in and near Sapodilla Avenue since 2015. He claimed that many people who witness violent crimes remain silent out of concern for reprisals.

According to him, “you’re talking about a small group of people controlling a very large group of people,” on Wednesday. You’d think the sizable population would band together. And defeat the individuals or organisation in charge of the degree of violence in our city.

Call Crime Stoppers of Palm Beach County at 800-458-TIPS (8477) or Detective Aaron Sam at 561-822-1675 if you have any information about Crockett’s slaying. If a tip results in an arrest, the tipper, who can remain anonymous, will be eligible for the $13,000 cash reward.

Breanna Crockett said, “That information can make a world of difference to that investigation and to our family.”